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UsNet announces 2010-2011 board
ALBANY, N.Y. (6/15/10)--Universal Sharing Network (UsNet) announced its board of directors for 2010-2011 during the organization’s annual meeting in Cooperstown, N.Y. UsNet has a national shared branching network and is partnered with CO-OP Shared Branching. Newly elected to the board were Don Denofio, president/CEO of Saratoga’s Community FCU, Saratoga Springs, and John Tucker, president/chief financial officer, FASNY FCU, Albany. Re-elected to new three-year terms are:
* Board chair--Mark Pfisterer, president/CEO of AmeriCU CU, Rome; * Al Frosolone, manager/CEO of Niagara’s Choice FCU, Niagara Falls; and * Nancy Kasprzak-Whitmore, president/CEO of Niagara County’s FCU, Lockport.
Those re-elected to one-year terms were:
* Kevin Brauer, president, Northeast region of Members United Corporate FCU, Warrenville, Ill.; * William J. Mellin, president/CEO of the Credit Union Association of New York; and * Bruno Sementilli, president/CEO of Quorum FCU, Purchase.
Returning as vice chair, treasurer and secretary are: Vicki O’Neill, president of ACMG FCU, Solvay; Edward Paternostro, CEO of Nassau Educators FCU, Westbury; and Mark Welshoff, president/CEO of Palisades FCU, Pearl River, respectively. Filling out the board are returning directors James Doig, president/CEO, Sidney (N.Y.) FCU; Robert G. Allen, president/CEO of Teachers FCU, Farmingville; and Christine Peters, CEO of Family First of NY FCU, Rochester.


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