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CU House's 2013 Board Elected
WASHINGTON (4/17/13)--The Credit Union House announced the results of its board elections, held in conjunction with the Credit Union National Association's Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) in Washington D.C.

Click to view larger image The Credit Union House board of directors are, from left, Scott Earl, president/CEO of the Mountain West Credit Union Association; Secretary Sylvia Lyon, president/CEO of the Credit Union Association of New Mexico; Chairman Dick Ensweiler, president/CEO, Texas Credit Union League; President Bill Cheney, president/CEO, Credit Union National Association; and Treasurer Patrick La Pine, president/CEO, League of Southeastern Credit Unions. Not pictured is Vice Chairman Brett Thompson, president/CEO, Wisconsin Credit Union League. (Photo provided by the Credit Union House)
Sylvia Lyon, president/CEO of the Credit Union Association of New Mexico and Scott Earl, president/CEO of the Mountain West Credit Union Association, were elected to fill two board vacancies.

Bill Cheney, president/CEO of the Credit Union National Association, continues to serve as president of the Credit Union House.

Board officers include:

  • Chairman--Dick Ensweiler, president/CEO, Texas Credit Union League;
  • Vice chairman--Brett Thompson, president/CEO, Wisconsin Credit Union League;
  • Treasurer--Patrick La Pine, president/CEO, League of Southeastern Credit Unions; and
  • Secretary--Lyon.
Charles Elliott, president/CEO of the Mississippi Credit Union Association, stepped down as board chair. Elliot completed his board term.

William Mellin, president/CEO of the Credit Union Association of New York, also completed his term.

Credit Union House hosted 15 events attended by roughly 600 guests in the first quarter, largely in connection with CUNA's GAC.

Credit Union House is a townhouse in Washington, D.C., owned by every state credit union trade association and the American Association of Credit Union Leagues. It serves as a credit union coordination center on Capitol Hill and is considered a symbol of the strength and permanence of the credit union movement on the national scene.
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