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CUNA OpSS Council names new exec committee
MADISON, Wis. (10/5/10)--The new executive committee and officers for the CUNA Operations, Sales & Service (OpSS) Council were announced during the council’s 13th annual conference Thursday through Sunday in Las Vegas. Remaining as council chair is Jennifer Lehn, executive vice president, Numerica CU, Spokane Valley, Wash. Sue Douglas, senior vice president and chief operating officer, State Employees’ CU, Raleigh, N.C. will continue as vice chair. Two new members were elected for three-year terms: Patsy Gayda, director of branch operations, Spokane (Wash.) Teachers CU and Becky Davis, vice president, branch operations, Delta Community CU, Atlanta. Steve Langley, vice president of sales/service/training, Travis CU, Vacaville, Calif. was elected to the committee after being appointed earlier this year. Patti Dixon, vice president of service centers, Baxter CU, Vernon Hills, Ill. chose not to run for re-election. The CUNA OpSS Council executive committee also includes:
* Secretary/Treasurer Debbie Baumann, vice president operations/chief operating officer, Mazuma CU, Kansas City, Mo.; * Dave Tate, vice president branch operations, for Anheuser-Busch Employees’ CU, St. Louis.; * Tina McMinn, vice president, operations, Stanford FCU, Palo Alto, Calif.; * Robb Keith, senior vice president, retail services, Members 1st FCU, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; and * Lucy Ito, senior vice president, growth/development, The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues, Ontario, Calif.
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