Bethpage Federal Credit Union announced Oct. 9 that President/CEO Kirk Kordeleski has tendered his resignation due to health reasons.

During his tenure leading New York's largest credit union, Kordeleski guided the $5.68 billion institution based in Long Island, through several tribulations, including a major data breach and Hurricane Sandy, and triumphs, such as record growth in 2012 and the recent naming of the new Bethpage Federal Credit Union Stadium.

Upon accepting Kordeleski's resignation, Bethpage's board of directors appointed COO Wayne Grosse as interim CEO.

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