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Georgia CUs elect new leaders
DULUTH, Ga. (5/26/10)--Georgia’s credit union delegates elected new leaders to head up Georgia Credit Union Affiliates (GCUA) board of directors at the GCUA annual convention. GCUA is comprised of three state support organizations--Georgia Credit Union League (GCUL), Cooperative Services Inc. (CSI) and Georgia Central CU. GCUL and CSI elections were held. The newly elected GCUL board chair is T. Greg Connor. Connor is the executive vice president of Associated CU, Norcross. He has been involved with the credit union movement in Georgia since his graduation from Georgia Southern University. Connor was an employee of Atlanta Postal CU from 1977 through 2000, when he moved to Associated CU. Connor was elected to the GCUL board of directors in 2000 and has served in several capacities. Other GCUL board officers elected are:
* First vice chairman--Marshall Boutwell, CEO, Gwinnett FCU, Lawrenceville; * Second vice chairman--Stacy Tallent, CEO, Health Center CU, Augusta; * Treasurer--Barry Heape, CEO, DOCO Regional FCU, Albany; and * Secretary--Don DeCinque, CEO, Atlanta Postal CU.
Pat Conn, CEO of United 1st FCU, St. Marys, was elected to the board of directors. Existing board members will serve out the remainder of their terms. New directors of Cooperative Services Inc. elected were: Claude Garrett, CEO, MidSouth Community FCU, Macon, and Terry Hardy, CEO, MembersFirst CU, Decatur. Current board members will serve out the remainder of their terms.


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