John Kolhoff, who served as chair of the NASCUS board of directors for 10 months, resigned from that position Monday, citing increasing responsibilities in his role as a Michigan regulator.

Kolhoff, director of the Office of Credit Unions with the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services, submitted his resignation to NASCUS, effective June 2, according to a NASCUS spokesperson.

Michael Wettrich, deputy superintendent for credit unions with the Ohio Department of Commerce’s Division of Financial Institutions, was named the new NASCUS chairman. A NASCUS representative said the organization would not be publicizing the turnover.


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