Kathy Hooker Burress will retire from Symitar at the end of the year after five years as president of the San Diego-based provider of the widely used Episys core processing platform and nearly 30 years in the credit union industry.

She will be succeeded by Ted Bilke, who currently is general manager of operations and development for Episys.

Bilke will become division president on Oct. 1 and Hooker Burress will serve in an advisory capacity until Dec. 31, according to parent company Jack Henry & Associates of Monett, Mo.

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