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California league names two unsung heroes
ONTARIO, Calif. (1/15/10)--The California Credit Union League
Click to view larger image Robin Lentz (left), CEO of Cabrillo CU in San Diego, received the Unsung Hero Award from Jeanine Dodman, San Diego/Imperial Valley chapter president.
Click to view larger image Vincent Rojas (center) received the Unsung Hero Award from Kern Schools FCU staffers Barbara Irle (left) and Shari Butler. Rojas served as CEO of Kern Schools FCU until his retirement last year. (Photos provided by the California Credit Union League)
honored two credit union representatives with Unsung Heroes Awards. The award honors individuals in the industry with 20 years of service. The league honored Robin Lentz, CEO of Cabrillo CU, San Diego, and Vincent Rojas Jr., former CEO of Kern Schools FCU, Bakersfield. League Historical Preservation Committee member Al George and San Diego/Imperial Valley Chapter President Jeanine Dodman presented Lentz with the award during a chapter meeting in December. Kern Schools FCU leaders and staff presented Rojas with his award. Lentz has led her credit union since 1979. Under her leadership, the credit union has added $160 million in assets and received awards. She also has been active in the San Diego Chapter, serving twice as its president, and in Credit Unions for Kids. Rojas served as CEO of Kern Schools from 1989 until his retirement last year. He also was a member of the Credit Union Executives Society and served on the board of trustees of Western CUNA Management School.


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