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New Jersey league elects board officers (12/22/2008)
HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. (12/23/08)--The New Jersey Credit Union League elected its board of directors for 2009 Dec. 15 with 56% of credit unions voting. All nine seats were up for election, the league said. This also was the first year credit unions could vote through the Internet (Weekly Exchange Dec. 15). The 2009 board for Tier A (credit unions under $25 million in assets) includes:
* Christina Olender, president/CEO, Parlin Dupont Employees FCU, Parlin, three-year term; * Tracy Sussman, president/CEO, Mid-State FCU, Carteret, two-year term; and * Calvin Jackson, manager, St. James AME FCU, Newark, one-year term.
Directors for Tier B (more than $25 million in assets) include:
* Shawn Gilfedder, president/CEO, McGraw-Hill Employees FCU, Hightstown, three-year term; * Lou Vetere, president/CEO, Garden Savings FCU, Parsippany, two-year term; and * Mike Reilly, president/CEO, Central Jersey FCU, Woodbridge, one-year term.
Tier C (at-large) directors include:
* Raymond Del Nero, president/CEO, Merck Employees FCU, Rahway, three-year term; * Leo Ardine, president/CEO, United Teletech Financial FCU, Red Bank, two-year term; * Steve Schlundt, president/CEO, Atlantic City Firemen’s FCU, Northfield, one-year term; and * Bob Steeves, president/CEO, Essex County Teachers FCU, one-year term.
Steeves and Schlundt are tied and that seat has yet to be decided, the league said.


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