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Connecticut league announces election results
MERIDEN, Conn. (3/25/11)--The Credit Union League of Connecticut Board of Directors Governance Committee announces the results of the 2011-2012 election of chapter and at-large directors under the newly restructured director election system. Chapter directors elected include:
* Bridgeport Chapter--Carl Skudlarek, manager/CEO, Bridgeport City EFCU, Bridgeport; * Eastern Chapter --John Dolan, chief lending officer, Charter Oak FCU, Groton; * Hartford Chapter--Joanne Todd, president/CEO, Northeast Family FCU, Manchester; * Moran/Nixon Chapter--Keith Wiemert, president/CEO, Seasons FCU, Middletown; * New Haven Chapter--James N. Farrell, CEO, New Haven County CU, New Haven; and * Stamford Chapter--Kathy L. Chartier, CEO, Members CU, Stamford.
At-large directors elected include:
* John E. Keet, Jr. (three-year term)--CEO, Personal Care America FCU, Trumbrull; * Edward V. Crowley Jr. (two-year term)--CEO, Fairfield Municipal FCU, Bridgeport; and * Garrett R. Gizowski (one-year term)--CEO, United Shoreline FC, New Haven.
Changes in bylaws for the league board elections included a reduction in number from 12 chapter directors and six alternate directors to six chapter directors and three at-large directors to streamline board governance and provide a more equitable representation of the state’s credit unions.


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