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MnCUN professional volunteer of year recognized
BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. (4/29/10)--The Minnesota Credit Union Network (MnCUN) Saturday announced the recipients of its two most prestigious awards. The Outstanding Credit Union Volunteer of the Year and the Outstanding Credit Union Professional of the Year Awards honor two individuals for demonstrated excellence in the movement. These and other awards were presented at the MnCUN 2010 Annual Meeting and Convention during the weekend. The Volunteer of the Year Award honoree is Jim Snyder of City & County CU (CCCU), a volunteer at CCCU for nearly 20 years. Snyder served as board chair and a member of the supervisory committee. He championed numerous initiatives, such as helping to develop numerous five-year plans and the 25-year vision of the credit union.
From left, MnCUN President Mark Cummins and Jim Snyder, City & County CU, Outstanding Volunteer of the Year.
From left: MnCUN President Mark Cummins and Lynn Kothe, president/CEO, North Memorial FCU, Outstanding Professional of the Year. (Photos provided by the Minnesota Credit Union Network)
MnCUN’s Professional of the Year Award is Lynn Kothe, president of North Memorial FCU (NMFCU), Robbinsdale. Since 1978, Kothe has grown the credit union to $32 million from $369,000 in assets. She has been involved in politics at the local, state and national levels. In 2007, she provided testimony that helped passage of Minnesota’s Plastic Card Security Act. Kothe represents credit unions on the Minnesota Item Processing Board and as the vice chair of the Minnesota Credit Union Foundation.


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