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Councils Announce Best Of Show, Award Recipients

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (9/26/13)--
Click to view larger imageCUNA Technology Council's Best of Show Award was presented Tuesday by Heather Moshier, council chair and executive vice president of information technology at San Diego County CU, to Wescom Resources Group. Receiving the award are Gina Kovacs, product specialist, and Jacob Clouse, sales engineer.
The CUNA Technology Council and the CUNA Operations, Sales and Service Council presented recognition awards this week at their meetings in Hollywood, Calif.
 
The CUNA Technology Council presented its Best of Show Award to Wescom Resources Group.  Conference attendees voted on the award following 15 seven-minute "speed demos" of products and services by service providers Monday and Tuesday at the conference. 

Gina Kovacs, Wescom product specialist, and Jacob Clouse, sales engineer accepted the award, on behalf of Wescom.
 
The council also handed out several awards of excellence Tuesday.  (See News Now related story, CUNA Tech Council Hands Out Five Excellence Awards, in Wednesday's issue.)
 
Click to view larger image The Best of Show Award presented Tuesday by CUNA Operations, Sales and Service Council, went to Red Canoe CU and Empower CU. From left: Ken Kelly, manager of training & development; Michelle Trekas, manager of sales & service training; and Rod Snyder, AVP of sales and branch performance. Accepting the award for Empower FCU was Justin Roth (right), director of cultural affairs.
At the CUNA Operations, Sales and Service Council conference, Best of Show Awards were presented Tuesday to Red Canoe CU, Longview, Wash., and Empower FCU, Syracuse, N.Y.

Accepting were Red Canoe's Ken Kelly, manager of training & development; Michelle Trekas, manager of sales & service training; and Rod Snyder, assistant vice president of sales and branch performance.

Accepting the award for Empower FCU was Justin Roth, director of cultural affairs.
 
The OpSS Council also presented Awards of Excellence to seven of its member credit unions:
  • Nymeo FCU, Frederick, Md., for branch design for credit unions in the $150 million to $500 million asset category;
  • Click to view larger image The CUNA Operations, Sales and Service Council presented eight awards to these council members Tuesday at its meeting in Hollywood, Calif. Eight credit unions received awards in seven categories. (Photos provided by CUNA)
    Numerica CU, Spokane Valley, Wash., for credit unions with more than $500 million in assets;
  • General Mills FCU, Minnetonka, Minn., for credit unions in the $150 million to $500 million asset category;
  • Neighbors FCU, Baton Rouge, La., for credit unions with more than $500 million in assets;
  • Element FCU, Charleston, W.Va., for branch design among credit unions with less than $150 million in assets;
  • TwinStar CU, Olympia, Wash., for call center e-support among credit unions with more than $500 million in assets.


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