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Eleven CU pros earn new security certification
MADISON, Wis. (10/16/08)--Eleven credit union professionals earned their credentials as Security Fraud Experts through CUNA’s new Security Certification School, which took place Sept. 21-26 in Seattle. The institute is designed to confirm professionals’ ability to secure the safety of their credit unions. Graduates include:
* William Barrett, First Commonwealth FCU, Lehigh Valley, Pa.; * Linda Baughman, Commonwealth CU Inc., Frankfort, Ky.; * Barbara Bethea, Fort Campbell FCU, Clarksville, Tenn.; * Melissa Catlow, Verity CU, Seattle; * Leland Cramer, Finance Center FCU, Indianapolis; * Douglas Gonzalez, Massachusetts State Employees CU, Boston; * Richard Klefsky, Suffolk FCU, Medford, N.Y.; * Cindy MacDonald, PSECU, Harrisburg, Pa.; * Michael McMillan, Rocky Mountain CU, Helena, Mont.; * Michele Motter, PSECU, Harrisburg, Pa.; and * Don Whitler, Randolph-Brooks FCU, Universal City, Texas.
For more information on the Security Certification School, use the link.
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