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New Mexico CUs elect league board
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (6/18/08)--During the Credit Union Association of New Mexico’s annual meeting on June 6, the board of directors re-elected several officials. They are:
* Chairman: William Jacobs, CEO, White Sands FCU, Las Cruces; * Vice chairman: Scott Connely, CEO, Sandia Area FCU, Albuquerque; * Secretary: Karen Griffo, CEO of Roswell (N.M.) Community FCU; and * Treasurer: Harold Dixon, CEO, State Employees CU, Sante Fe.
Ronnie Johnston, CEO, Artesia (N.M.) CU, will fulfill a term vacated in District 2, and Judy Carrasco, CEO, Financial Security CU, Carlsbad, will replace him as alternate. Donald Sarich, CEO, Permaculture CU, Sante Fe, also was chosen as an alternate director for District 6. Remaining on the board are:
* Chuck Valenti, CEO, Del Norte CU, Los Alamos; * Larry Lujan, CEO, Northern New Mexico School Employees FCU, Sante Fe; * Andi Baum, CEO, Everyone’s FCU, Tucumcari; * Gary Sterton, CEO, Animas CU, Farmington; * Chris Fitzgerald, CEO, Rio Grande CU, Albuquerque; and * Robert Chavez, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Sandia Laboratory FCU, Albuquerque.


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