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A former executive will be sentenced in May after admitting she embezzled more than $240,000 from a Tennessee credit union by taking cash from the vault, siphoning funds from a deceased employee’s account and opening lines of credit in the names of family members only to pocket the money for her use, according to a plea deal document.

Monica Jackson, 42, of Murfreesboro, Tenn., who was the operations and marketing director for the $47 million Lifeway Credit Union in Nashville, pleaded guilty to one count of embezzlement in U.S. District Court in Nashville last month.

Peter Strozniak

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