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CFO Council elects exec committee
MADISON, Wis. (5/25/10)--The coming year’s executive committee and officers for the CUNA CFO Council were announced during the 16th annual CUNA CFO Council Conference May 16-19 in New Orleans. Pam Finch, vice president of administration and chief financial officer (CFO) for Mid Minnesota FCU, Baxter, Minn., will remain chair. Dan Leclerc, senior vice president and CFO for Aventa CU, Colorado Springs, Colo., is continuing as vice chair and Brandon Michaels, CFO for Mazuma CU, Kansas City, Mo., will remain secretary/treasurer. David D’Annunzio, senior vice president and CFO for Heritage Trust FCU in Summerville, S.C., and Peg Lamb, CFO for Marine CU in Lacrosse, Wis., were elected to the executive committee. They replace outgoing members Erin Mendez, senior vice president of finance and information technology for SchoolsFirst FCU, Santa Ana, Calif., and M.J. Coon, senior vice president and CFO for Ent FCU, Colorado Springs, Colo. Also on the committee are:
* Robert Warren Jr., senior vice president and CFO, Virginia CU of Richmond, Va.; * Kevin Brueseke, CFO for the Missouri Credit Union Association; * Steve Smith, CFO for Sharonview FCU in Fort Mill, S.C.; and * Derrick Peterson, senior vice president and CFO for Public Employees CU in Austin, Texas.
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