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Utah regulator appointed to NASCUS Board
ARLINGTON, Va. (12/13/07)--Orla Beth Peck, supervisor of credit unions for the Utah Department of Financial Institutions, has been appointed to the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors board of directors. She was appointed Dec. 5 by Georgia regulator and NASCUS Chairman George Reynolds. In 1981, Peck began her 26-year career with the Utah agency as a credit union examiner. Since 1992, she has served as credit union supervisor. She is the chairman of NASCUS Performance Standards Committee and the National Institute for State Credit Examination Board of Trustees--NASCUS’ educational foundation. Peck also is the treasurer of the Utah Jump $tart Coalition for Financial Literacy. Peck will fill an unexpired term left by the resignation of Beth Dooley. Dooley recently left the California Department of Financial Institutions to become president/CEO at Educational Employees CU in Fresno, Calif. Peck’s term will end September 2008.
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