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CU System briefs (07/23/2012)
  • IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (7/24/12)--Brad Bauges has been selected as president/CEO of East Idaho C, based in Idaho Falls, announced the $253 million asset credit union's board. Bauges brings more than 12 years of experience in the financial services industry, eight of which was in senior management positions. Most recently he served as senior vice president and chief operations officer at the $850 million asset Columbia CU, Vancouver, Wash. While there he oversaw many facets, including branches, call center and employee training. He also has served at vice president of branch services at Texas Dow Employees FCU, Lake Jackson, Texas. Bauges began his position on Thursday …
  • HARRISBURG, Pa. (7/24/12)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association (PCUA) has added three new employees to its management staff, PCUA announced in Life is a Highway (July 23). Glenn Cermak has been named director of education and professional development. He has a background in public education and training, said PCUA.  Ryan Shumaker is director of information technology (IT) and will oversee IT functions at the association. He previously managed IT functions in several education facilities. Also, Megan Strausbaugh has been named communications specialist and will serve as Key Notes editor and perform other communication duties. Her background is in marketing and graphic design from the hotel industry …
  • HARRISBURG, Pa. (7/24/12)--Frank Alcamo, co-founder of C-B-W Schools FCU in Sidman, Pa., died July 14. He was 92.  Alcamo was one of the original seven members who each purchased a $5 share to pay the $35 fee necessary to apply for a charter. The certificate of organization was issued in November, 1956. Alcamo was the credit union's first president, said the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association (Life is a Highway July 23). While working to get the credit union solvent, Alcamo taught high school in Wilmore, Beaverdale, South Fork and Triangle. He retired as principal of Windber Area High School.  He served on the credit union's board for 56 years …


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