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Mid-Atlantic Corporate Elects Board, Officers
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. (6/27/13)--Mid-Atlantic Corporate FCU in Middletown, Pa.,
announced the election results for its board of directors June 20 at its annual meeting.

"Our board leadership has been instrumental in Mid-Atlantic Corporate's growth and performance, which included 2012 net income of $13.56 million--a 124% increase over 2011," said Jay Murray, president/CEO of the corporate. "We look forward to continuing relationships with those extending their board service."

Returning to the board to serve new three-year terms are:

  • Alison DeTuncq, president/CEO, University of Virginia Community CU, Charlottesville, Va.;
  • Brian J. Vittek, president/CEO, Destinations CU, Baltimore; and
  • David B. Whitehead, president/CEO, Merck Sharp & Dohme FCU, Chalfont, Pa.
Directors continuing current terms are:

  • Dennis Flickinger, president/CEO, First Capital FCU, York, Pa.;
  • Jerry King, president/CEO, DEXSTA FCU, Wilmington, Del.;
  • James F. McCaw, president/CEO, Viriva Community CU, Warminster, Pa.;
  • Joan M. Moran, president/CEO, Department of Labor FCU, Washington, D.C.;
  • Michael P. Pastirik, president/CEO, United Community FCU, West Mifflin, Pa.; and
  • Constance M. Wheeler, president/CEO, Penn State FCU, Bellefonte, Pa.
 Board officers elected include:

  • Chairman--Pastirik;
  • Vice chair--Moran;
  • Treasurer--Whitehead; and
  • Secretary--Vittek.


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