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McNaught new CUDL board chair best practices awarded
LAS VEGAS (5/10/10)--CUDL announced that it re-elected Marge McNaught as chairman of its board during the Auto and Mortgage Lending Symposium in Las Vegas last week. It also presented its best practices awards. McNaught, senior vice president, lending and support services, Premier America CU, Chatsworth, Calif., was re-elected for a second term as chairman. She has served on the board since 2003. CUDL also re-elected three individuals to three-year terms:
* Larry Wilson, president/CEO, Coastal FCU, Raleigh, N.C.; * John Lund, executive vice president, America First CU, Ogden, Utah; and * Joe Brancucci, executive vice president and chief operating officer, BECU, Seattle.
Terry Halleck, president/CEO of The Golden 1 CU, Sacramento, was elected vice chairman. Brancucci was elected secretary and Lund was treasurer. The board also recognized Jim Jordan, president/CEO of Schools Financial CU, Sacramento, for his service to CUDL. He served on the board for 12 years and was chairman from 2007 to 2009. At an awards ceremony during the symposium, CUDL also honored credit unions for best practices. Hermantown (Minn.) FCU; Texans CU, Richardson, Texas; and Tulsa (Okla.) Teachers CU (TTCU) received the CUDL Best Practice Award. OnPoint Community CU, Portland, Ore., and Security Service FCU, San Antonio, received awards for best practices in portfolio growth and risk management. The Golden 1 CU and Citadel FCU, Exton, Pa., received the Diamond Award for success in advancing their auto lending programs. Erie (Pa.) FCU and TTCU were recognized for marketing CUDL’s AutoSMART to members. AutoSMART provides credit unions with a vehicle shopping and research site they can customize for their members.


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