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* GREENSBORO, N.C. (10/27/08)--Two staffers from Suriname's Godo CU--Member Service Representative Corrine Hooplot, left, and Head Teller Felicia Ejik--visited North Carolina credit unions Oct. 11-19 to learn technology, improving efficiency on the front lines, and deepening member relationships. Credit unions visited included American Partners FCU, Carolina Postal CU, Latino Community CU, State Employees' CU and Truliant FCU (Weekly Update Oct. 22). Since their visit coincided with International Credit Union Day celebrations, the pair experienced a Murder Mystery in Hickory with the Foothills Chapter and celebrated Oct. 16th with the Piedmont Chapter. "These visits are always helpful and inspiring for everyone," said the North Carolina Credit Union League President/CEO John Radebaugh. "We learn from one another, and I think the big thing both sides discover is despite differences in culture, services and technology, we are all bound together by the cooperative spirit." (Photo provided by the North Carolina Credit Union League) … * HERNDON, Va. (10/27/08)--Northwest FCU Foundation partnered with the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce to present the Reality Store to the senior class of Chantilly High School Oct. 15. There, 750 senior students learned the importance of saving and spending money wisely as part of a real-life simulation workshop. Local NBC reporter Kimberly Suiters covered the event, which aired locally on NBC news. Volunteer facilitators are shown here helping students make budgeting decisions at the event. (Photo provided by Northwest FCU) … * WICHITA, Kan. (10/27/08)--Kansas' largest credit union, Boeing Wichita CU (BWCU), has named Robert Corwin as its new president/CEO, effective Dec. 3, the credit union announced Friday (Wichita Business Journal Oct. 24). Corwin most recently was executive vice president and chief operating officer at $1.8 billion asset First Tech CU in Beaverton, Ore. BWCU has $587.4 million in assets and 165 branches. Corwin succeeds Gary Regoli, who resigned to lead Achieva CU in Clearwater, Fla. … * ST. LOUIS (10/27/08)--Vantage CU CEO Hubert Hoosman Jr., left, was presented with an American flag that was flown on an A-10 combat mission June 5 in Afghanistan. Making the presentation during Vantage's quarterly staff meeting in October was Master Sergeant Kile Hartley from the 442nd Fighter Wing, Whiteman Air Force Base. The presentation was made in appreciation of Vantage's support of employees in the line of duty and Vantage family and friends who are in or have been in the armed forces. Hartley returned to his full-time job at Vantage's West Florissant branch in June, after nearly two months in Afghanistan. (Photo provided by Vantage CU)


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