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CU House welcomes 12 to Hall of Leaders
WASHINGTON (2/26/14)--In honor of their significant contributions to the movement, 12 credit union leaders have been added to the Credit Union House Hall of Leaders.
 
"The Credit Union House Hall of Leaders provides lasting recognition at the Capitol Hill facility for a distinguished group of people whose leadership serves as a model for credit union leaders throughout the country," said Dick Ensweiler, CU House chairman, and Cornerstone Credit Union League president/CEO.
 
"Their names remind the thousands who annually visit Credit Union House, which include prominent Members of Congress, of the strong commitment to the values on which the credit union movement was founded," he added.
 
Members of the Hall of Leaders are exceptional individuals that have dedicated their lives to perpetuating the credit union mission and philosophy. To date, 90 leaders representing 33 different states have been inducted.
 
The 2014 inductees are:
  • Robert G. Allen, president/CEO, Teachers FCU, Hauppage, N.Y.;
  • James C. Barbre III, director, Associated CU , Norcross, Ga.;
  • Bill Bynum, president/CEO, Hope CU, Jackson, Miss.;
  • Jim Cada, director, People's Choice FCU, Lincoln, Neb.;
  • Harry Carter, former president/CEO, TopLine FCU, Maple Grove, Minn.;
  • Sylvia Lyon, president/CEO, CU Association of New Mexico, Albuquerque;
  • James J. McCormack, former president/CEO, Pennsylvania CU Association, Harrisburg;
  • Phillip J. Hellmuth, director, University of Wisconsin CU, Madison;
  • Betty Petree, director, Pen Air FCU, Pensacola, Fla.;
  • William J. Rissel, president/CEO, Fort Knox FCU, Radcliff, Ky.;
  • Jeffrey Schwalen, director, Hiway FCU, St. Paul, Minn.; and
  • Pat Wesenberg, president/CEO, Central City CU, Marshfield, Wis.


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