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Delaware league elects board presents awards
NEW CASTLE, Del. (5/13/09)--Two board members were elected to serve on the board of directors of the Delaware Credit Union League at the league’s 52nd annual meeting May 2.
Awards presented at the Delaware Credit Union League’s 52nd annual meeting May 2 were, from left: Outstanding Volunteer--John Lewis, Sussex County FCU, Seaford; Outstanding Volunteer--Anthony Casarino, ICI America FCU, New Castle; and Outstanding Professional--Edwin Grebe, Newark, Del., City Employees FCU. (Photo provided by the Delaware Credit Union League)
Incumbents Sharon Schaeffer of Delaware First FCU, Wilmington, and Kate Toner of Wilmington (Del.) Postal FCU, were re-elected to serve three-year terms. The league also announced its 2009 board officers:
* Chair--Joel Romaine of DPL FCU, Newark; * Vice Chair--Jerry King, DEXSTA FCU, Wilmington; * Secretary—Toner; and * Treasurer--Meredith Jeffries of New Castle County Delaware Employees FCU, New Castle.
The board also includes members: Cheryl Chilcutt, Chestnut Run FCU, Wilmington; Schaeffer; and Allen Riley, Sussex County FCU, Seaford. The annual meeting included the presentation of outstanding credit union professional and volunteer awards for 2008. The 2008 Outstanding Credit Union Volunteer was awarded to: Anthony A. Casarino Sr., who has been a credit union volunteer with the ICI America FCU, New Castle, for 15 years, and John W. Lewis, a volunteer with the Sussex County FCU, Seaford, for 26 years. The 2008 Outstanding Credit Union Professional was Edwin W. Grebe, who has served credit unions for more than 50 years and was an original charter member of the league. He is the manager of the Newark, Del., City Employees FCU.


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