The Missouri Credit Union Association is looking to hire a replacement for its retiring president/CEO, Roshara Holub, within the next 90 days, according to the group's chairman, Stan Moeckli of St. Louis.

Holub, a past chairman of the American Association of Credit Union Leagues, had announced her year-end retirement plans in December 2009 with the MCUA leadership undertaking a national search earlier this year hiring D. Hilton & Associates, the Dallas recruiting firm.

Nationally, Holub numbers among some leading managers who figured in some top level league changes during 2010 with the switch at California/Nevada and the promotion of CEO William Cheney to the CUNA helm.

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