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The troubled $160 million Cumorah Credit Union of Las Vegas is looking for a new CEO following the sudden resignation of its long time CEO, Tony Mook, a former chairman of the Nevada Credit Union League.

Officials of the privately-insured CU, which had a mid-year loss of $7.3 million, recently cut its staff nearly in half and shuttered four branches, confirmed only that Mook “left yesterday.” He had been with Las Vegas CU for 19 years, said media reports carried in the Las Vegas media.

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