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Two new NASCUS Board members appointed
ARLINGTON, Va. (5/5/10)--Mary Hughes, Idaho credit union regulator, and Kathy Stewart, Kentucky regulator, have been appointed to the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) Board of Directors. The announcement was made by Tom Candon, Vermont regulator and NASCUS chairman. Hughes will take the unexpired seat--which runs until September 2012--filled by past Chairman George Reynolds, who retired. Stewart, a Kentucky regulator, will fill Hughes current one-year term on the board, which expires in September. Linda Jekel, Washington’s director of credit unions, will return to the past chairman officer position in Reynolds’ place. This will be Stewart’s first term on the NASCUS board. She serves as director of the Division of Financial Institutions for the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions. Hughes, the Financial Institutions bureau chief of the Idaho Department of Finance, was appointed to the board in 2008.
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