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Indiana league elects table officers honors U.S. Rep
INDIANAPOLIS (10/10/08)--The Indiana Credit Union League elected new table officers and directors to its board Sept. 27. The league also honored U.S. Rep. Brad Ellsworth (D-8th District) as Outstanding Hoosier Legislator for 2008. Table officers are:
* Chairman: George McNichols, Hoosier Hills CU, Bedford; * Vice Chairman: Lamoura Munse, Indiana Members CU, Indianapolis; * Board Secretary: Ron Mazur, Chiphone FCU, Elkhart; and * Treasurer: Lori Dauksas, Members Choice FCU, Bloomington.
Table officers were elected at the League’s reorganization meeting, which was held during the League’s annual meeting and convention. Affiliates also elected Dave Fleming, CEO of Partners 1st FCU in Fort Wayne, and Doug True, senior vice president of Technovation at FORUM CU in Fishers to three-year terms on the board of directors. Fleming and True attended their first board meeting Sept. 27. Leaving the board at the conclusion of the league annual meeting was Jenny Budreau of FORUM CU in Fishers. She was recognized during the meeting with a special resolution. Ellsworth was presented his award at the league’s annual convention. Ellworth, who is serving his first term in Congress, has developed a strong relationship with credit unions in Southwestern Indiana, the league said. He is a co-sponsor of the Credit Union Regulatory Improvements Act and has also met with Indiana credit union leaders in Washington, D.C., and at his home. “His accessibility as well as his receptiveness to our message about how consumers and small business owners benefit from credit unions has been tremendous,” said Indiana league President John McKenzie.


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