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NACUSO announces board election results
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (5/18/09)--The National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations (NACUSO) announced the results of its 2009 Board Directors at its annual membership meeting May 4. The meeting was part of NACUSO’s 2009 Annual Conference in Las Vegas. Under NACUSO's by-laws, the board of 11 directors--four from Platinum Partner members, three from credit union service organizations members that are not Platinum Partners and four without qualifying representative connection. Re-elected were Mike Hales, partner in the Rochdale Group, a credit union consulting firm, and Judy Sandberg from Gateways Services Group, a CUSO providing insurance services and investment and trust program management services.
Valorie Seyfert, president/CEO and co-founder of CUSO Financial Services, a broker/dealer CUSO in San Diego, and Mark Zook, president/CEO of MaPS CU in Salem, Ore., were newly elected to the board. Board member Tom Davis did not run for re-election because he is now CEO of NACUSO. Due to the resignation of a director and the change of another from one category to another, there are two vacant director seats on the board. Both directors must be persons representing members that are CUSOs, but not Platinum Partners. The board can appoint persons to fill the vacancies until the 2010 election. Officers for the NACUSO 2009 board of directors are:
* Chairman--David Serlo, president/CEO, PSCU Financial Services; * Vice-Chairman--Pete Snyder, president, SCS, Snyder Consulting Solutions LLC; * Treasurer--Lisa Renner, president/CEO, CU Holding Company LLC; and * Secretary--Judy Sandberg, senior vice president of strategic direction, Gateway Services Group LLC.


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