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Three regulators begin new term on NASCUS board
SAN ANTONIO (10/5/10)--Three sitting board members of the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) began new three-year terms at the 2010 NASCUS Annual Meeting Friday. Tom Candon, Sue Cowan and Linda Jekel will serve three-year terms ending in September 2013. Kathy Stewart also was appointed to fill the at-large one-year director position. Candon is the deputy commissioner of Banking and Securities for the Vermont Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities and Health Care Administration. Cowan is the director of the Wisconsin Office of Credit Unions and Jekel, a past chairman, serves as the director of the Washington Division of Credit Unions. Stewart is the director of Financial Institutions for the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions. Following the meeting, the board elected its officers. Orla Beth Peck will continue as the chairman-elect and Cowan remains NASCUS secretary/treasurer. Candon will serve as chairman until September 2011. Remaining board members include:
* James Forney; director, Iowa Department of Commerce; * Mary Hughes, Financial Institutions bureau chief, Idaho Department of Finance; * Jerrie Jay, administrator, North Carolina Commerce Department, Credit Union Division; * Roger Little; deputy commissioner, Michigan Office of Financial and Insurance Services; and * Peck, supervisor of Credit Unions, Utah Department of Financial Institutions.


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