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Florida regulator receives NASCUS Pierre Jay award
SEATTLE (8/26/08)--Florida credit union regulator Sharon Whiddon was awarded the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) 2008 Pierre Jay Award at the NASCUS State Summit, which ended Saturday in Seattle.
Pictured are: (from left) National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) Chairman George Reynolds of Georgia; Sharon Whiddon, Pierre Jay Award recipient; and NASCUS CEO Mary Martha Fortney. (Photo provided by the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors)
NASCUS Chairman George Reynolds of Georgia presented Whiddon with the award. She is a past NASCUS chairman, board member, education committee chairman and participant in the NASCUS Accreditation Program. Whiddon joined the Florida Office of Financial Regulation as an examiner in 1972. She was chief of the Bureau of Credit Union Regulation, overseeing Florida’s state-chartered credit unions until her retirement this summer. The award honors individuals who demonstrate outstanding service, leadership, achievement and efforts that benefit NASCUS and the dual chartering system. Pierre Jay was a Massachusetts banking commissioner responsible for the First State Credit Union Act.
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