The New Jersey Credit Union League Board said in a release Friday it will move quickly to start the search process for a successor to President/CEO Paul Gentile, who is leaving the league at year-end for a new position at CUNA overseeing communications, sales and strategy.

The league said its search committee will hire a search firm by Nov. 19. An interim CEO from outside the league will be appointed to head up operations during the search for a permanent CEO, and the board will provide status updates with members when appropriate, said NJCUL Chairman Lou Vetere, CEO of the $213 million Garden Savings FCU in Parsippany.

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