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Missouri Corporate CU elects new directors
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (4/10/08)--Missouri Corporate CU has elected two new members to its board of directors.
The Missouri Corporate Credit Union board for 2008 includes: (front row, from left) Cathy Stroud, Chris McCreary, Susie Venable, Ron Miller, and (from left, back row) Carol White, Dave Osborn, Steve Pierson, Phil Weber and Glenna Osborn. (Photo provided by Missouri Corporate CU).
Phil Weber, CEO, Central Communications CU, Kansas City and Carol White, CEO, Central Missouri CU, Warrensburg, Mo., were elected to one-year terms on the board of directors. They were elected during the annual membership meeting April 1 in Jefferson City. Re-elected to three-year terms were: Chris McCreary, CEO, United Consumers CU, Independence; J. David Osborn, CEO, Anheuser-Busch Employees’ CU, St. Louis; and Susie Venable, CEO, Saint Luke’s CU, Kansas City. McCreary was elected chairman and Venable was elected vice chairman. Secretary treasurer is Ron Miller, CEO, Edison CU, Kansas City. Other board members are: Glenna Osborn, CEO, Missouri Central CU, Kansas City; Steve Pierson, CEO, Postal Federal Community CU, Springfield; and Cathy Stroud, CEO, Community Financial CU, Springfield. Missouri Corporate has $1 billion in assets and serves more than 250 credit unions.


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