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Conn. league annual meeting spotlights awards service
MERIDEN, Conn. (4/9/10)--The Credit Union League of Connecticut’s 2010 Annual Meeting Tuesday marked the second consecutive year of record attendance, with nearly 275 credit union employees, volunteers, and guests gathered in Plantsville, Conn., to present awards and discuss service.
Click to view larger image International speaker Dr. John J. Mahon, (left), poses with former student Tony Emerson, president/CEO of the Credit Union League of Connecticut, following Mahon’s address on service at the league’s 2010 Annual Meeting, Tuesday. (Photo provided by the Credit Union League of Connecticut)
The league’s first single-day annual meeting was free to affiliated Connecticut credit unions. At the business meeting, awards recognized the 2010 Connecticut Credit Union Professional of the Year, Andrew Klimkoski, president/CEO, Achieve Financial CU, Berlin, Conn., and the 2010 Connecticut Credit Union Volunteer of the Year, Frank Porter, secretary of the board and credit committee chairman, 360 FCU, Windsor Locks, Conn. International speaker Dr. John J. Mahon, professor of management and chair of international business policy and strategy at the Maine Business School, University of Maine, and dean of the College of Business Public Policy and Health, was the keynote speaker. Mahon focused on the importance of service and provided dozens of examples from his own and other well-known experiences. In his interactive talk, he urged credit unions to remember that service is not static, “keep your promises,” the member defines good service, and “organizations do not give good service--people do.”


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