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Credit union CEOs in Maryland, California and Texas announced their retirements or plans to retire later this year.

After leading Tower Federal Credit Union into becoming the largest federal credit union in Maryland, President/CEO Martin Breland said he will retire on June 30.

He joined the Laurel, Md.-based credit union in 1989 and was named CEO in 1993, growing the credit union to its current $2.8 billion in assets and nearly 155,000 in members.

Breland credited Tower’s board, management team and employees for the successes during his tenure.

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