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CU System Briefs (10/18/2013)
  • HONOLULU, Hawaii (10/18/13)--The board of directors of Aloha Pacific FCU named Vince Otsuka its president/CEO on Wednesday. Interim president since the April retirement of Wallace Y. Watanabe, Otsuka was previously Aloha Pacific's senior vice president of lending. He's the credit union's third president, after Watanabe and Masami Oishi. Aloha Pacific FCU is located in Honolulu and has $756 million in assets...
  • LIVE OAK, Texas (10/18/13)--Randolph-Brooks FCU (RBFCU) helped the Senior Citizens Program of Wilson County purchase new tires for its Meals on Wheels program. Betty Manak, a program coordinator for the charity, said that a donation camefrom the credit union just 24 hours after she reached out for help. Workers for the program deliver meals to senior citizens within a 75- to 100-mile radius around Floresville, Texas five days a week. "RBFCU's focus is on people helping people," said Lorena Bourland, the Floresville branch manager. "We are committed to helping people like Ms. Manak succeed in their mission of serving the community." The tires were purchased at a discount from Ancira Ford in Floresville. The Senior Citizens Program in Floresville is open to members of the community over the age of 60. Randolph-Brooks FCU is located in Live Oak, Texas, in the San Antonio area. It has $5.51 billion in assets. The picture, from left to right, includes Ralph Rodriguez, RBFCU business development director; Bourland; Manak; and Ancira Ford General Manager Andy Horny. (Photo provided by Randolph-Brooks FCU)...


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