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CUNA Technology Council announces board members officers
MADISON, Wis. (8/4/08)--The executive committee and officers of the CUNA Technology Council were announced during the council’s 13th annual summit, which took place Wednesday through Saturday in Williamsburg, Va. Rudy Pereira, senior vice president of operations and technology of Alliant CU, Chicago, was named chair. He replaces Brian Warfel, executive vice president of sales and service at Power Financial CU, Pembroke Pines, Fla. Warfel reached his term limit as chair but remains on the executive committee. Jackie Buchanan, chief information officer of T&C FCU, Pontiac, Mich., was appointed first vice chair. She supersedes outgoing member Gail Koehler, vice president of technology and retail delivery, Purdue Employees FCU, West Lafayette, Ind., who completed her term. Gordon Gregory, vice president of technology for Mazuma CU, Kansas City, Mo., is the second vice chair. In addition to Koehler, Robert Keubler, vice president of information technology for 1st Financial FCU, St. Charles, Mo., left the committee. The two newest members of the committee are: Robert Reh, chief information officer, Nassau Financial FCU, Garden City, N.Y., and Belinda Caillouet, vice president of information technology, Spokane Teachers CU, Spokane, Wash. The board also includes Ron Broaddus, chief information officer for Potlatch 1 FCU, Lewiston, Idaho; and John Morawski, chief technology officer, Massachusetts Credit Union League.
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