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Indiana foundation elects officers
INDIANAPOLIS (1/17/08)--The Indiana Credit Union Foundation elected four table officers for 2007-2008. Those elected at a December board meeting are:
* Chairman: Barbara Berghoff, PROFED CU, Fort Wayne; * Vice Chairman: Karla Salisbury, KEMBA CU, Indianapolis; * Secretary: Sandy Heller, Northern Indiana FCU, Merrillville; and * Treasurer: Emily Everett, Community Spirit CU, Lawrenceburg.
Others on the foundation board are:
* Ron Budzinski, First Trust FCU, Michigan City; * Jenny Budreau, FORUM CU, Fishers; and * Lamoura Munse, Indiana Members CU, Indianapolis.
Heller also is chairman of the Indiana Credit Union League Board. Munse serves as league board secretary, and Budreau is immediate past league chairman. Berghoff and Budzinski were re-elected to the board in October, each to a three-year term. “Our board looks forward to continuing to put credit unions’ best interests first,” Berghoff said. “The ongoing financial support the foundation has received from individuals, credit unions and vendors has allowed us to fund a number of initiatives that are important to the Credit Union System. These include assisting with disaster relief efforts, focusing on financial literacy initiatives and providing scholarships to representatives of Indiana credit unions.”


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