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LCUL inducts 12 into CU Hall of Fame
HARAHAN, La. (8/12/10)--The Louisiana Credit Union League (LCUL) inducted 12 individuals into the Louisiana Credit Union Hall of Fame at the league’s 2010 Annual Meeting and Convention, Aug. 4-7, in New Orleans. The hall of fame was established to recognize the leadership, commitment, dedication and contributions of credit union professionals and volunteers statewide. The 2010 inductees are:
* Fred Banks, inducted by Livingston Parish FCU, Denham Springs; * Donald T. Bock, The New Orleans Firemen’s FCU; * Guy C. Comes, Post Office CU, New Orleans; * Betsy Hooper, LA Capitol FCU, Baton Rouge; * Charles M. Johnson, LCUL Board of Directors; * Charles W. Kramer, ANECA FCU, Shreveport; * Susan Parry Leake, LA Capitol FCU; * Hattie B. Johnson, Livingston Parish FCU; * Cora K. Pania, SAIF FCU, Baton Rouge; and Livingston Parish FCU; * Carolyn Ricks, LCUL staff; * Richard Turnley Jr., Southern Teachers & Parents FCU, Baton Rouge; and * Donna J. Wagoner, Ouachita Valley FCU, West Monroe.
A $500 donation on behalf of the inductees will be made to the Louisiana Credit Union Foundation. The donation will help foster educational programs for credit unions and provide resources to Louisiana credit unions during natural disasters.


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