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The $4 billion Ent Federal Credit Union in Colorado Springs, Colo., said its CEO for the past 18 years, Charles Emmer (pictured at left), plans to retire in October. Ent was a $1 billion, 151,700-member institution when Emmer joined in 1996.

Now, five mergers later, the credit union has added the Pueblo, Denver and Firestone markets and quadrupled in assets.

Current President Randy Bernstein will add CEO to his title, the 234,700-member Ent said in its announcement this week.

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