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Kentucky's Lyons Named AACUL Chairman
WASHINGTON (11/27/13)--Wendell Lyons, president/ CEO of the Kentucky Credit Union League, was elected chairman of the American Association of Credit Union Leagues at the group's recent annual meeting.
 
Scott Simpson, president/CEO of the Utah Credit Union Association, was elected to serve on the board.
 
Other AACUL board members include:
  • First Vice Chairman--Tracie Kenyon, president/CEO, Montana Credit Union Network;
  • Second Vice Chairman--John Radebaugh, president/CEO, North Carolina Credit Union League;
  • Treasurer--Mark Cummins, president/CEO, Minnesota Credit Union Network;
  • Secretary--Simpson;
  • Immediate Past Chair--Bill Mellin, president/CEO, Credit Union Association of New York; and
  • Executive Director-- Susan E. Newton, executive vice president, System Relations, Credit Union National Association.
Also, Paul Mercer, president/CEO of the Ohio Credit Union League, was honored with AACUL's Eagle Award for his outstanding achievements, both at the league level and beyond; his dedication to credit union and personal principles; his unflagging focus on important issues; and for implementing new and creative ideas. 
 
The Eagle Award is not given annually, but only when a recipient is deemed worthy of selection.
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