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Arizona Maxwell Herring Desjardins awards named
PHOENIX (11/2/10)--The Arizona Credit Union League (ACUL) recently named the winners of its statewide Dora Maxwell, Louise Herring and Desjardins awards.
Arizona Credit Union League President/CEO Scott Earl (left) presented Tucson FCU's Desjardins Award to Jason Zeider, assistant vice president of marketing, and Susan Stansberry, president/CEO (Photos provided by Arizona Credit Union League).
First-place winners of the Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Recognition Award were:
* Canyon State CU, Phoenix, $100 million to $200 million-asset category; * Credit Union West, Glendale, $200 million to $500 million; * Desert Schools FCU, Phoenix, $500 million plus; and * Valley of the Sun Chapter, credit union chapters.
There were two first-place winners of the Louise Herring Award for Philosophy In Action:
* Credit Union West, $100 million plus category; and * Desert Schools FCU, $500 million plus.
First place for the Desjardins Youth Financial Education Award went to Tucson FCU.
Accepting Desert Schools FCU's Dora Maxwell Award were (from left) Cathy Graham, assistant vice president of marketing; Emma Garcia, director of community development; Lori Sevensky, vice president credit services; and Robin Simmons, assistant vice president, mortgage servicing and loss mitigation.
Celebrating Canyon State CU’s Dora Maxwell Award were (from left) Pat Bodnar, senior vice president, Arizona Credit Union League; and Steve Dunham, president/CEO, and Lenore Froehlich, vice president of marketing, both of Canyon State CU.


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