* TEMPE, Ariz. (6/2/08)--Margaret Hunnicutt has been named CEO of
Tempe Schools CU. She has served as interim CEO for the last two months, and currently serves as chief financial officer and senior vice president of Tempe Schools CU. Hunnicutt has been with Tempe Schools CU for seven years, is a certified personal accountant, and has more than 30 years in experience in the financial services industry. Hunnicutt also was a finalist for the Tempe Chamber of Commerce’s Business Woman of the Year award in 2007. She brought the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program to the credit union in 2004. (Photo provided by Tempe Schools CU)... * INDIANAPOLIS (6/2/08)--FORUM CU, Indianapolis, was named one of
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the best places to work in the state by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. The program honors top companies in the state, as determined through employer reports and employee surveys. FORUM was the only credit union named to the list and among a select few financial services companies honored, according to the credit union. Pictured (from left) are Jennifer Elkin, Indiana Chamber of Commerce representative; FORUM CU representatives Anne Wiseman, Gary Irvin, Jenny Budreau, Andy Janning, and Indiana chamber representative Mark Lawrence. (Photo provided by FORUM CU) ... * HARRISBURG, Pa. (6/2/08)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association and the Michigan Credit Union League are wagering a bet on the outcome of the Stanley Cup Championship (Life is a Highway
May 30). The leagues bet on their respective teams, the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Detroit Red Wings. A payoff from a bet for the playoff between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Penguins resulted in a $500 donation to Sewickly Valley Hospital. Paul Fero, CEO, PA Healthcare CU, Sewickley, presented the check ... * HARRISBURG, Pa. (6/2/08)--A member who requested a new credit union branch of American Heritage FCU, Philadelphia, got her wish (Life is a Highway
May 30). The credit union, which serves members who work in the Social Security Administration Building, celebrated the grand opening May 21. The branch was requested by Beverly Wilmer, who wanted a new branch when an out-of-state credit union terminated full-time service at the Social Security Administration Building. The branch features an Internet cafe and free coin counting machine. A surcharge-free ATM also is available ...