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N. Carolina league announces board officers
GREENSBORO, N.C. (6/28/10)--The North Carolina Credit Union League (NCCUL) announced election results and 2010-2011 officer selections for the league’s board of directors on June 16 at the 75th Annual Meeting of the NCCUL in Pinehurst. Mark Twisdale of State Employees’ CU (SECU), Raleigh, was elected to the board (Weekly Update June 24). Twisdale was elected to a three-year, at-large term. He replaces Bobby Hall of SECU, who decided not to run for re-election. Patty Idol of Mountain CU, Waynesville, was elected as the Western Chapter representative. Idol has served as an at-large director for the past several years. She was elected by the chapter in the spring to replace Rick Hayes of Enka (N.C.) Community CU. Hayes, like Hall, decided not to run for re-election. Idol’s term will run three years. The board appointed Bob Donley of Members CU, Winton-Salem, to serve out one of the two remaining years of Idol’s term as an at-large director. Donley’s term will be followed by an open election in 2011 to choose the director who will serve the remaining year. The 11-person board also elected its officers. Maurice Smith of Local Government FCU, Raleigh, was elected as chairman. Smith, who served previously as vice chair, replaces Ben Hill of Blue Flame CU, Charlotte. Hill, the chairman for the past four years, elected not to run for re-election as chairman, but retains his position on the board. The board also elected Idol as the vice chair; John McGrail, Lion’s Share FCU, Charlotte, as the secretary; and Jeff Jones of Freedom FCU, Rocky Mount, as treasurer. Bill Flowers of Carolinas Telco FCU, Charlotte, was re-elected officer for the upcoming year.


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