Two more longtime CEOs have announced their retirement, this time from credit unions in Colorado and Hawaii.
In Honolulu, after some 40 years of leading Aloha Pacific FCU, Wallace Watanabe has retired from the $745 million credit union.
Vince J. Otsuka, senior vice president of lending, has been selected to serve as interim president/CEO as the search for a permanent successor continues.
In a statement from the credit union, Watanabe said his retirement plans include traveling and pursuing other endeavors.
In Holyoke, Colo., Holyoke Community FCU CEO Ron Goldenstein has also retired and said his plans include enjoying the change of pace whether playing golf or exploring a completely different career.
Under his leadership the credit union has grown from $4 million to $32 million in assets.
Vice President Dolores Haskell, who has been with Goldenstein since he began in 1985, has been tapped as the new president.