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PCUA Names Desjardins, Maxwell, Herring Award Recipients
HARRISBURG, Pa. (5/22/13)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association  announced winners of its Desjardins, Maxwell and Herring awards May 16-18 at its 79th annual convention in Hershey. 

The Desjardins Financial Education Awards recognize the financial literacy efforts of credit unions in educating youth. The Youth Financial Education first-place award-winners were:

  • HealthCare First CU, Johnstown--$50 million to $150 million in assets;
  • Service 1st FCU, Danville--$150 million to $500 million; and
  • TruMark Financial CU, Trevose--more than $500 million.
The Dora Maxwell Awards for Social Responsibility Award signifies a commitment to volunteering time, energy, and resources to boost the living standards of others. First-place awards were presented to:

  • Keystone United Methodist FCU, Cranberry Township--$5 million to $20 million in assets;
  • HealthCare First CU--$50 million to $100 million;
  • Tri County Area FCU, Pottstown--$100 million to $200 million;
  • Merck Sharp & Dohme FCU, Chalfont--$200 million to $500 million;
  • TruMark Financial CU--more than $1 billion: and
  • York Chapter of Credit Unions--Chapter/Multiple Credit Unions.
 

The Louise Herring Awards for Philosophy in Action Award display how credit unions put People Helping People credit union philosophy into action. First-place awards were presented to:

  • First Capital FCU, York--$50 million to $250 million in assets; and
  • TruMark Financial CU--$100 million to $200 million.
 
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