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Staatz nominated for CUNA board
WASHINGTON and MADISON, Wis. (10/16/08)--Rod Staatz, president/CEO, State Employees CU of Maryland, Linthicum, Md., has submitted his nomination for the District 2, Class C board of directors position. The deadline for nominations for eight positions on CUNA's board is Oct. 17. Already nominated are:
* Mike Mercer, president/CEO, Georgia Credit Union League, Duluth, Ga., District 3, Class D; * Bohdan Watral, president/CEO, Selfreliance Ukrainian American FCU, Chicago, District 4, Class B; * Ron Collier, CEO of Indiana Members CU, Indianapolis, District 2, Class C; * Sandy Lingerfelt, Clinchfield FCU, Erwin, Tenn., for District 3, Class A; * Brett Thompson, Wisconsin Credit Union League, Pewaukee, Wis., for District 4, Class D; and * Winona Nava, Guadalupe CU, Santa Fe, N.M., for District 5, Class A.
The eight directors elected will take office Feb. 27, 2009, for three-year terms to expire at the adjournment of the 2012 CUNA Annual General Meeting. Positions up for election are:
* District 1, Class B; * District 2, Class C; * District 3, Class A; * District 3, Class D; * District 4, Class B; * District 4, Class D; * District 5, Class A; and * District 6, Class C.
Nominators must submit the appropriate forms and obtain consent of the candidate. Voting will begin Oct. 22 and will close on Dec. 19. For more information, use the resource links.


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