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CU House seeks nominations for Hall of Leaders
WASHINGTON (1/17/14)--Credit Union House is seeking nominations for its Credit Union House Hall of Leaders. Nomination forms are due Jan. 31.
 
The Hall of Leaders provides lasting recognition for credit union leaders whose commitment has made a significant impact on the credit union movement at the local, state or national level.
 
"Credit Union House is the movement's permanent presence in our nation's capital," said Dick Ensweiler, Credit Union House chairman and president/CEO of the Cornerstone Credit Union League, which represents credit unions in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. "It is therefore fitting to recognize the outstanding leaders who have dedicated their lives to promoting credit unions within its walls."
 
Those selected for the honor have shown commitment that inspires others in the credit union movement. Inductees include board chairmen, league presidents, credit union CEOs, league board members and volunteers.
 
Nomination forms must be submitted by the deadline for recognition at the Credit Union National Association's Governmental Affairs Conference, Feb. 23-27, in Washington, D.C. They can be obtained on Credit Union House's website and sent to:
 
Credit Union House
403 C St. NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
 
All nominations must be approved by the state league where the credit union is affiliated.
 
Credit Union House is a townhouse in Washington, D.C., owned by every state credit union trade association and the American Association of Credit Union Leagues. It was built primarily for credit unions and credit union groups nationwide as a coordination center on Capitol Hill and is considered a symbol of the strength and permanence of the credit union movement on the national scene.

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