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CU System Briefs (12/30/2013)
  • OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (12/30/13)--Police in Oak Ridge, Tenn., are investigating an attempted Christmas Day theft from a Y-12 FCU ATM (The Oak Ridger Dec. 27). Law enforcement officers received reports of the alleged crime on Oak Ridge Turnpike at about 6 a.m. Police said that the suspects first attempted to use a stolen truck to dislodge the cash machine from its foundation, then used a Bobcat tractor to destroy the ATM at the $689 million-asset credit union. No cash was taken from the ATM, but both the truck and tractor were stolen from a nearby Waste Connections facility. The estimated damage to the cash machine and the two vehicles is more than $50,000 ...
  • RALEIGH, N.C. (12/30/13)--Visitors to the North Carolina Credit Union League website will be redirected to a new site at noon Tuesday. The NCCUL will redirect users to the Carolinas Credit Union League website at carolinasleague.org (The Weekly Conversation Dec. 27). The CCUL, which opens Thursday, is the result of a merger between the NCCUL and the South Carolina Credit Union League. Credit unions that list the No-Surcharge ATM network on their websites should make sure the link is updated to http://www.nosurchargeatms.com by Tuesday morning ...
  • COLUMBUS, Ohio (12/30/13)--The Ohio Credit Union League promoted two executives, it announced Friday (eLumination Newsletter Dec. 27). Membership manager Laura Busque has been appointed as director of membership engagement, and director of public affairs Patrick Harris has been named director of legislative affairs. Busque, who joined OCUL in 2007 as its outreach manager, has helped the league foundation develop its financial education grant program. Harris, who also joined the league in 2007, will oversee lobbying in addition to his media and advocacy work ...
  • KAILUA KONA, Hawaii (12/30/13)--Hawaii Community FCU named former Iowa Credit Union League CEO Thomas Griffiths as its interim CEO/president beginning Thursday, the credit union said on Christmas Eve. Griffiths retired from the Iowa league in 2006, and he has served on the supervisory committee of the Kailua Kona-based credit union since January 2012. HCFCU board chair Dwight Manago said that Griffiths will help the credit union find a permanent replacement. Current CEO/President James Takamine announced that he was leaving the $361 million-asset credit union effective Wednesday ...


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