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Texas league honors award winners
DALLAS (10/8/08)--The Texas Credit Union League honored three individuals for their commitment and service to credit unions. The individuals are: Sherry Roman, CEO, T & P FCU, Big Spring, Texas; Michael Brown, president/CEO, JSC FCU, Houston; and Joyce Gibson, board director, City CU, Dallas.
Roman was named the 2008 Small Credit Union Achiever of the Year. As CEO, Roman fills many roles, including those of a loan officer, teller, accountant, collector and marketer. She also is active in the Big Spring Chapter of Credit Union and chairs the Small Credit Union Committee. Roman is a 1987 graduate of Southwest CUNA Management School (SCMS) and attended SCMS graduate school last year. Brown was named 2008 Professional of the Year. Hewas instrumental in establishing several programs at the credit union, including:
* Star Team Club, a program for members under 12; * CU Succeed, for teens ages 13-17; * Scholars, a program for young adults ages 16 and older; and * Horizon Club, for members ages 55 and older.
Gibson was named the 2008 Volunteer of the Year. She has held several positions on the City CU board, including chair, vice chair, secretary and treasurer. She also chairs the credit union’s political action committee.


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