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Arizona league awards presented
Click to view larger image Arizona Credit Union League's Rose Mofford Credit Union Volunteer Award recipient is Harlan L. Bradford Sr., right, a volunteer at American Southwest CU, Sierra Vista. He is shown with Brian Barkdull, president/CEO of the credit union.
Click to view larger image Pete Pritts, second from left, CEO of First Corp, Phoenix, is flanked by his family--parents Pete and Doreen, sister Jennifer and his daughters, Elizabeth and Paisley--after accepting the Arizona Credit Union League's VOCUP (Very Outstanding Credit Union Person) Award. (Photos provided by the Arizona Credit Union League)
TUCSON, Ariz. (6/15/10)--The Arizona Credit Union League presented its two top credit union awards during its 2010 Annual Convention. Each year the league honors a "Very Outstanding Credit Union Person" (VOCUP) and a recipient of the Rose Mofford Credit Union Volunteer Award. The 37th annual VOCUP award was presented to Pete Pritts, CEO of Phoenix-based FirstCorp for his commitment to member service, enthusiasm, dedication, hard work and tenacity, said the league. The award is presented to a credit union executive or volunteer who gives time and energy to the movement through serving on the league, chapter, and credit union boards or committees, as well as for time spent in other volunteer activities. The recipient of the Rose Mofford Credit Union Volunteer Award for 2010 is Harlan L. Bradford Sr., from American Southwest CU, Sierra Vista. Bradford has more than 30 years of volunteer service and earned five Volunteer Achievement Award certifications. He will retire from the board this year and will turn 80 in August. Southwest CU President/CEO Brian Barkdull said Bradford's "personality and character are deeply woven into the fabric of our credit union and we will miss his wit, his common-sense approach and his diverse experiences, which have helped bring us ongoing success."


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