Barry JoletteSan Mateo CreditUnion CEO Barry Jolette has announced his retirement. No timelinehas been established for the transition to new leadership, SMCUsaid in an Aug. 29 release.

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Jolette began his credit union career in 1965 as an NCUAexaminer and joined SMCU in 1987. Since that time, the San Mateo,Calif., grew from $7 million to $766 million in assets.

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Jolette was an active leader in the credit union community,serving on the CUNA and WOCCU boards and leading advocacy effortsto pass H.R. 1151. He was also honored with a Lifetime AchievementWegner Award in 2007.

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“The institutional and community commitment, leadership, andsuccesses achieved by Barry Jolette over the past twentyseven yearshave been exceptional and inspiring,” SMCU Chair Bob Adler said.“The board wishes Barry a long and happy retirement with deepappreciation for his decades of service to our members andcommunity.”

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