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Delaware league elects board presents awards (05/04/2011)
NEW CASTLE, Del. (5/5/11)--Two incumbents were re-elected to the board of directors of the Delaware Credit Union League at the league’s 53rd annual meeting, April 16. Two awards also were presented. Incumbents Meredith Jeffries and Jerry King were re-elected to serve three-year terms. The league announced its 2011 board officers at the re-organizational meeting of the board, including:
* Chair--King, DEXSTA FCU, Wilmington; * Vice chair--Sharon Schaeffer, Delaware First FCU, Wilmington; * Secretary-- Jeffries, New Castle County Delaware FCU; and * Treasurer--Cheryl Chilcutt, Louviers FCU, Newark.
Board members also include: Allen Riley, Sussex County FCU, Seaford; Joel Romaine, Community Powered FCU, Newark; and Kate Toner, Wilmington Postal FCU, Newport. The annual meeting also included the presentation of outstanding credit union professional and volunteer awards for 2010. The 2010 Outstanding Credit Union Professional was John Watson, CEO of Seaford FCU. The 2010 Outstanding Credit Union Volunteer was awarded to Robert “Breezy” Brown, board member at Del-One (Delaware FCU), Dover. A second volunteer award was awarded posthumously to Ardythe Campbell of Delaware Alliance FCU, New Castle, who died Feb. 13.


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