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Franklin to retire as CUNA EVP/COO
WASHINGTON and MADISON, Wis. (1/31/13)--John Franklin, executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Credit Union National Association, will retire March 29, announced CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney Wednesday.

Franklin has been with CUNA since December 2003, serving at CUNA's Madison, Wis., location. There he manages the overall strategic, tactical and administrative operations for CUNA and CUNA Strategic Services (CSS).

"John Franklin has nearly 40 years' service to the credit union movement, with bottom-to-top experience in nearly every aspect of the organization, operation and representation of credit unions," said Cheney.

"His leadership and insights have been invaluable to CUNA over the past nine years that he has been with us. I thank him for his service and friendship and wish him the very best in the next chapter of his life," Cheney added.

Before Franklin arrived at CUNA, he served more than 30 years with the South Carolina Credit Union League, the last eight years as president/CEO.


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