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MCUA new official meet on CUs fin-ed role
ST. LOUIS (12/15/08)--Missouri State Treasurer-elect Clint Zweifel (D-78) met with Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) representatives recently to discuss financial education efforts in the state and opportunities for credit unions to assist with the efforts, said MCUA.
From left, Missouri State Rep. Clint Zweifel (D-78) and staffer Jon Galloway meet with Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) President/CEO Rosie Holub and Peggy Nalls, MCUA senior vice president of public/legislative affairs, to discuss financial education. (Photo provided by the Missouri Credit Union Association)
Zwiefel and staffer Jon Galloway visited MCUA’s office in St. Louis Dec. 5 to meet with MCUA President/CEO Rosie Holub and Senior Vice President of Public/Legislative Affairs Peggy Nalls (The Missouri difference Dec. 10). The group discussed the importance of financial education and the possibility of introducing state legislations to increase the financial education requirement for high school graduation. “We are pleased that the Treasurer-elect has reached out to the Missouri Credit Union Association as a knowledgeable consumer finance resource, and we look forward to working with his office in the coming year,” Holub said. Zweifel, who is finishing a term as state representative, has been supportive of credit union issues, said MCUA. He takes office as State Treasurer Jan. 12.
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