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Four CU CEOs elected to CUSOs board
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (5/13/10)--Member-owner credit unions of PSCU Financial Services, a credit union service organization based in St. Petersburg, Fla., elected four board members to three-year terms April 29 during the CUSO's 2010 Senior Leadership Workshop and Member Forum. New board members are:
* Susan Adams, president, Entrust FCU, Richmond, Va.; * Hubert Hoosman, president/ Vantage CU, Bridgeton, Mo.; * Jeff March, president, Citadel FCU, Thorndale, Pa.; and * Kyle Markland, president, Affinity Plus FCU, St. Paul, Minn.
More than 500 people attending heard presentations from former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, former Secretary of the Treasury John Snow, and Dennis Dollar of Dollar & Associates and former National Credit Union Administration chairman. The forum also included sessions on best practices and new ideas for effective credit union management. Visa's Bill Sheedy, president of The Americas, announced that PSCU Financial Services was the first CUSO to implement its near-real-time alerts for Visa transactions. PSCU Financial Services' board officers are:
* Chairman, Craig Esrael, president of First South CU, Bartlett, Tenn.; * Vice chairman, Michael Valentine, president of Baxter CU, Vernon Hills, Ill.; * Treasurer, Jane Watkins, president of Virginia CU, Richmond, Va.; and * Secretary, Susan Adams, president of Entrust FCU, Richmond.


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