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AACUL honors Floridas Hood with Farley award
From left: Dr. Richard M. Heins; Guy Hood; Gene Farley; and American Association of Credit Union Leagues Chairwoman Rosie Holub, president/CEO of the Missouri Credit Union Association. (Photo provided by the Florida Credit Union League)
WASHINGTON (3/12/08)--Florida Credit Union League President/CEO Guy M. Hood was honored by the American Association of Credit Union Leagues (AACUL) as recipient of the Eugene H. Farley League Leadership Award. Hood began his career 38 years ago as a field representative for the Alabama Credit Union League and moved up through the ranks to senior vice president of technical services before joining the Florida league in 1988. He credited much of his success to Alabama league President Gary Wolter. The award was created in 2000 to recognize outstanding efforts of league personnel. Sponsored by AACUL, it is endowed by a contribution from Dr. Richard M. Heins, former CEO of CUNA Mutual, university professor and businessman. Farley is the former president/CEO of the Virginia Credit Union League. Upon receiving the award, Hood donated the monetary portion to the Florida Credit Union Foundation to assist in the funding of the REAL Solutions program. The award was presented last week in Washington at a reception during the Credit Union National Association's Governmental Affairs Conference.
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