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Series on CUs appears in Arizona biz mag
PHOENIX (9/16/09)--Arizona Business Magazine this month published a series of six articles, including three profiles, on Arizona credit unions and their employees. The individuals profiled by the magazine were: Mary Marshall, retired CEO of Alhambra CU, Phoenix; Pat Bodnar, senior vice president of the Arizona Credit Union League; and Robert Ramirez, president/CEO of Vantage West CU, Tucson. The magazine noted:
* Marshall’s commitment to credit unions after a credit union provided needed support to her family when she was growing up; * Bodnar’s enthusiasm for her job at the Arizona league. “I fell in love with credit unions and their philosophy,” she told the magazine; and * Ramirez’s promotion to acting chief financial officer after one day on the job. Six months later, he was challenged to turn around the credit union’s finances. Three months after that, he fulfilled the task and was promoted to chief financial officer.
Arizona Business Magazine also noted the transformation of the Arizona League throughout the decades, Arizona credit unions’ outreach efforts to small businesses, and the league’s partnership to help credit unions in Antigua. To read the full articles, use the link.
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