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Neal S. Takase will be the new president/CEO of the $342 Pearl Harbor Federal Credit Union in Waipio, Hawaii, succeeding PHFCU President/CEO Eugene Chang who will retire Aug. 21 after 33 years of service with the credit union.

Under Chang’s leadership, PHFCU grew to become on the leading financial institutions in O’ahu. He started at PHFCU as a general manager in 1980 when the credit union had 35 employees, two locations, $36 million in loans and $36 million assets. Today, PHFCU has more than 80 employees, five locations, $129 million in loans and $342 million in assets.

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