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* ARLINGTON, Texas (10/13/10)--John Thi Pham, 18, of Arlington, Texas, is in jail after he was caught inside the Security One FCU early Monday morning. The break-in set off the credit union's alarm at about 4 a.m. When they arrived, police discovered broken glass outside the building and a man in the building. They ordered the man outside, but he refused and hid. Police went inside the building, discovered Pham and took him into custody (The Fort Worth Star-Telegram Oct. 11) ... * LANSING, Mich. (10/13/10)--U.S. Rep Ehlers (R-Mich.) thanked local credit union leaders for their support during his years of service in Washington D.C. and talked about his frustration with a "rushed" political process in passing the Wall Street Reform Act, during the Grand River Chapter of Credit Unions' legislative breakfast. Credit unions thanked him for his co-sponsorship of the measure to increase credit unions' member business lending cap. More than 20 credit union leaders participated in the event, which also attracted state Sen. Bill Hardiman and other state legislators, as well as staff from U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra's (R-Mich.) office. Also discussed: foreclosure process reform, PACE loans, payroll debit cards and notary requirements (Michigan Monitor Oct. 11) ... * WICHITA, Kan.(10/13/10)--Troy Nitcher has joined the Kansas Credit Union Association (KCUA) as vice president, shared financial solutions, effective Sept. 27, KCUA announced. With more than 20 years of information technology (IT) experience, Nitcher will head up KCUA's Shared Financial Solutions division, which provides IT and payment systems products and services to credit unions in Kansas and around the region. His experience includes working at Koch Industries, FleetCor, LendingTools.com, BeautyFirst Inc. & PureBeauty Inc., and Ritchie Corp ...


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