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Conn. CU league annual meeting has record attendance
MERIDEN, Conn. (4/16/12)--The 78th Annual Meeting of the Credit Union League of Connecticut attracted record attendance of more than 300 participants, including league staff, credit union employees and volunteers, league strategic partners and exhibitors.

Joanne Todd (left), president/CEO, Northeast Family FCU, Manchester, named 2012 Connecticut Credit Union Professional of the Year, receives her award from Tony Emerson, Credit Union League of Connecticut president/CEO.
Held last Tuesday in Plantsville, Conn., the one-day gathering offered more than 50 industry-related vendors, three education sessions, an address by Cardtronics CEO Steve Rathgaber, a luncheon buffet, and a cocktail reception.

Attendees listened to guest speakers covering current hot topics--investing in today's unpredictable economic climate; avoiding pitfalls in establishing core processing agreements; and developments in the ATM industry--as well as the wide range of products and services germane to the credit union industry.

At the conclusion of the annual business meeting, award presentations were made to honor two individuals for their outstanding contributions to the credit union industry: Joanne Todd, president /CEO, Northeast Family FCU, Manchester, was named 2012 Connecticut Credit Union
Rosa Taylor (left) , board chair, Hartford (Conn.) Healthcare FCU, receives her award after being named 2012 Connecticut Credit Union Volunteer of the Year. (Photos provided by the Credit Union League of Connecticut)
Professional of the Year, and Rosa Taylor, board chair, Hartford (Conn.) Healthcare FCU, was named 2012 Connecticut Credit Union Volunteer of the Year.

"It was gratifying to see so many of our member credit unions participate in this annual event with such enthusiasm," said League President/CEO Tony Emerson.

"We wanted to provide a friendly, informative, and professional opportunity--at no cost to attend--for credit unions to network, discuss the state of the industry, and discover the latest in products and services that will help them enhance their service to their own members. Mission accomplished," he concluded.


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