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The West Virginia Credit Union League has been operating for more than 80 years, and for 46 of those years, Ken Watts successfully advanced the state’s credit union movement.

Watts, who retired on April 30, joined WVCUL as a field representative in 1975, organizing and growing credit unions throughout the Mountain State. He subsequently held the positions of marketing director, director of education and EVP, and was appointed the league’s president/CEO in 1989.

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