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N.J. league announces board election results
HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. (9/26/12)--The New Jersey Credit Union League's (NJCUL) 2012 board elections ended Sept. 17, and the results are tallied.

In 2012 there were three seats up for election, one in each tier (The Daily Exchange Sept. 25 and Sept. 17).

Incumbent Michael G. Reilly, president/CEO, Central Jersey FCU, Woodbridge, was elected in Tier B (credit unions with more than $33,875,000 in assets). Incumbent Robert D. Steeves, CEO, Essex County Teachers FCU, Bloomfield, was elected in Tier C (at large).

Incumbent NJCUL Director and Elizabeth (N.J.) Firemen's FCU President/CEO Jay Flanagan was awarded the three-year term in Tier A (credit unions under $33,875,000 in assets) in an uncontested election.

Reilly ran against Ann South, president/CEO, Novartis FCU, East Hanover.

Steeves ran against Eddie Daniels, CEO, Newark (N.J.) Board of Education Employees CU.

All directors elected during this balloting will begin serving in January.

The election drew strong participation from the membership, with 47% of eligible credit unions voting, NJCUL said.


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