The NCUA has banned six former credit union employees from ever working at a federally insured institutions for being convicted of or admitting to crimes or misdemeanors or after agreeing to the penalty in lieu of litigation.Donald Bowers Jr., the former manager of 1st United Labor Federal Credit Union, Louisville, Ky., without admitting or denying fault, signed an order of prohibition to avoid the time and cost of administrative litigation.Jessica Franco, a former loan officer of Navy Army Federal Credit Union, Corpus Christi, Texas, was convicted of aiding and abetting a false statement on a federal credit union loan or credit application and sentenced to five years probation and ordered to pay a $2,000 fine and a $100 assessment.Ana Gonzalez, the former head teller of Southland Federal Credit Union, Lufkin, Texas, without admitting or denying fault, signed an order of prohibition to avoid the time and cost of administrative litigation.Tracey Michelle Reese Hitt, a former employee of Magnolia Federal Credit Union, Jackson, Miss., without admitting or denying fault, signed an order of prohibition to avoid the time and cost of administrative litigation.Anthony C. Jones, a former vice president of State Department FCU, Alexandria, Va., was convicted of credit union theft, embezzlement or misapplication of more than $1,000 and sentenced to 21months in prison, three years of supervised probation and ordered to pay $122,067 in restitution.Christina Pushnik, a former teller at Stanwood Area Federal Credit Union, New Stanton, Pa., was convicted of property theft and sentenced to two years supervised probation.Violation of a prohibition order is a felony offense punishable by imprisonment and a fine of up to $1 million.–[email protected]

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