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* LOS ANGELES (2/18/10)--California Bear CU board member Sherman Grancell celebrated his 100th birthday and 58 years of service on the board Friday. Grancell became a board member of the credit union
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in 1952 while working as a judge and deputy commissioner for the state's Workman's Compensation Board. He continued on the board after he left state employment in 1979 to start a law firm, Grancell, Kegel and Tobin, and still is an active board member today. A life-long resident of Southern California and one of the founding members of UCLA, Grancell graduated from University of Southern California Law School. He is a major sponsor of the arts in Los Angeles, having established scholarships to four music schools and cultural centers. "The greatest thing about having someone like Sherman on our board is the depth of knowledge about and the perspective that he can give on the issues facing our credit union and the industry today," said credit union CEO Jennifer Oliver. Grancell is shown here with his sister-in-law, Ruth Kaufman. (Photo provided by California Bear CU) ... * RENO, Nev. (2/18/10)--Members of Frontier Financial CU, an $85
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million asset credit union based in Reno, Nev., raised more than $10,601 during 2009 for Children's Miracle Network, a national organization that benefits patients at children's hospitals across the country. Frontier Financial President/CEO Bruce A. Rodela presented a check for $10,601.80 on Feb. 9 to representatives of the Renown Health Foundation. Pictured are, from left: Rebecca Johnston, Frontier Financial CU; Kiemmy Boc, Renown Foundation; Rodela; Becky Haas, Renown Health; and Joel Muller, Renown Foundation. (Photo provided by Frontier Financial CU) ...


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