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Credit unions in Nevada, Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan and Alaska announced new CEOs.

Matt Kershaw was appointed president/CEO of the $552 million Clark County Credit Union in Las Vegas.

The 41-year-old will officially assume the post in late August and succeed Wayne Tew, who has served as the credit union’s president/CEO for 29 years.

“Wayne rightly deserves compliments for building our institution to the point of success we enjoy now, even guiding us through the recession of the past few years,” Eric Jorgenson, CCCU board chair, said in a prepared statement.

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