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Fourth Nominee Received For CUNA Board Elections
A fourth nomination has been received by the Credit Union National Association for the CUNA Board of Directors elections, which has eight board positions open.
 
Nominations will be accepted through Nov. 26.
 
The latest nominee is Rick Pillow, president of the Virginia Credit Union League in Lynchburg, for the District 2, Class D position on the board.
 
Other nominees so far include:
  • District 1, Class A--Edwin L. Williams, president of Discovery FCU, Wyomissing, Pa.;
  • District 1, Class D--William J. Mellin, president of the Credit Union Association of New York, Albany, N.Y.; and
  • District 5, Class C--Tony C. Budet, president of University FCU, Austin, Texas.
Positions up for election are:
  • District 1, Class A;
  • District 1, Class D;
  • District 2, Class B;
  • District 2, Class D;
  • District 3, Class C;
  • District 4, Class A;
  • District 5, Class C; and
  • District 6, Class B.
Nominees must be an employee or a voting board member of the nominating credit union, and the nomination must be seconded in writing by at least two other credit unions from the same district and class.
 
Nominees to be elected by leagues must be a league president and be nominated in writing by that league,  with the nomination seconded in writing by at least one other league from the district.
 
Ballots for contested elections will be sent Dec. 2, with voting continuing through Jan. 10.  CUNA will announce the results of contested elections Jan. 15.  Directors elected will take office upon the adjournment of CUNA's Annual General Meeting in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 24.
 
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