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Board Elected For Iowa League
DES MOINES, Iowa (10/4/13)--The Iowa Credit Union League announced the results of its board elections at its annual meeting Sept. 19 in Des Moines, Iowa.
 
Click to view larger image Members of the Iowa Credit Union League board, from left, front row: Jeff Hayes, North Star Community CU, Cherokee; Helen Pearce, Cedar Falls (Iowa) Community CU; Pat Jury, CEO/president, Iowa Credit Union League; Janine Keim, Consumers CU, Denison; Jim Hagerman, Linn Area CU, Cedar Rapids; and Joe Hearn, Dupaco Community CU, Dubuque. Back row: Tim Marcsisak, Nishna Valley CU, Atlantic; Murray Williams, league chief operating officer; Dennis Siemers, Town and Country CU, Harlan; Board Chair Tim Chapman, Members Community CU, Muscatine; Brent Helin, Des Moines (Iowa) Metro CU; Vice chair Dave Cale, Financial Plus CU, West Des Moines; Pat Drennen, 1st Gateway CU, Comanche; and Jonathon Miller, Dubuque Teachers CU. (Photo provided by Iowa Credit Union League)
By serving on the 12-member board, each individual represents the interests of Iowa's 116 credit unions and their more than one million members.
 
Tim Chapman, CEO, Members Community CU, Muscatine, was elected to serve as the 2014 board chair. Dave Cale, CEO, Financial Plus CU, West Des Moines, will serve as the 2014 vice chair.
 
Board members by asset category include:
 
$0 to 19 million assets:
  • Janine Keim, Consumers CU, Denison;
  • Jonathon Miller, Dubuque Teachers CU, Dubuque; and
  • Dennis Siemers, Town and Country CU, Harlan.
$19 million to $51 million assets:
  • Chapman;
  • Brent Helin, Des Moines (Iowa) Metro CU; and
  • Tim Marcsisak, Nishna Valley CU, Atlantic.
$51 million to $100 million assets:
  • Pat Drennen, 1st Gateway CU, Camanche;
  • Jeff Hayes, North Star Community CU, Cherokee; and
  • Helen Pearce, Cedar Falls (Iowa) Community CU.
$100 million-plus assets:
  • Cale;
  • Jim Hagerman, Linn Area CU, Cedar Rapids; and
  • Joe Hearn, Dupaco Community CU, Dubuque.


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