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Jim Kasch will become the next president/CEO of the Kentucky Credit Union league (KCUL), the trade group’s board of directors said Tuesday.

Current KCUL President/CEO Debbie Painter is retiring after serving nearly five years at the top post. She launched her credit union career in 1979 at the $1.2 billion Abound Federal Credit Union in Radcliff, Ky., (formerly Fort Knox Federal Credit Union). She joined KCUL in 2000 and served as its director of governmental affairs and EVP.


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