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CUSN elects board members presents awards
LAKEWOOD, Colo. (6/19/09)--Credit Union Service Network (CUSN) announced the results of its May 29 board of directors elections. Branda Abbott, president/CEO of Colorado United Credit Union in Denver, was elected as the newest member of the board. She has served in the credit union industry for more than 10 years and has been involved with Western CUNA Management School, the Rocky Mountain CUES Council, and CUSN’s Governmental Affairs Committee and Denver Chapter board. Mark Uden, president/CEO of Mutual 1st FCU, Omaha, Neb., was re-elected for a 3-year term. CUSN also presented three excellence awards. Spirit of America Federal Choice CU, Lincoln, Neb., received the Greatest Issuer Transaction Growth Award for growing its transactions by 103%. Elevations FCU, Boulder, Colo., was presented with the greatest Acquirer Transaction Growth Award for growing its transactions 53%. White Crown FCU, Denver, received the award for the largest ratio of annual issuer transactions to total members. The credit union achieved a ratio of 7.6. Colorado CU, Littleton, received the Marketing Excellence Award for the best marketing campaign. Carroll Beach, president/CEO of CO-OP Shared Branching, received the Vision Award. CUSN’s annual meeting was held in Englewood, Colo. More than 32 member credit unions and 80 attendees were present. Guest speakers at the meeting included Carolina Lane, senior vice president of business development and marketing at CO-OP Financial Services. CUSN is a credit union service organization based in Lakewood, Colo.


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