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MDDCCUA announces board elections awards
BALTIMORE (6/17/09)--Retiring Chairman Wes Bone delivered his last chairman’s report during the Maryland and District of Columbia Credit Union Association’s (MDDCCUA) Fourth Annual Business Meeting Friday. Board election results and awards also were announced. Bone and Rick Stoll were honored for their many years of service to the association. Stoll, past MDDCCUA chairman, was recognized for his leadership during the merger of the Maryland and District of Columbia leagues (FOCUS Newsletter June 15) . MDDCCUA President Mike Beall highlighted some of the early history of the association and the key events of the past 75 years through a video produced by the Credit Union National Association. He reviewed the new strategic plan for MDDCCUA. Board election results were announced. Martin Breland, president/CEO of Tower FCU, Laurel, and Theresa Mann, president/CEO of The Partnership FCU, Washington, D.C., were elected to serve on at-large seats. A record number of votes had been cast. Other directors are: Joe Sparacino, chairman of Montgomery County EFCU, Germantown; and Jim Norris, president/CEO of AFL-CIO FCU, Washington, D.C. Jacqueline Smith of Ft. Meade (Md.) Community CU, who stepped down from her seat on the board of directors, was recognized for her service. Gary Martin of Central CU of Maryland, Baltimore, was presented the Janet C. Glomp Volunteer of the Year Award. Rod Staatz, president/CEO, SECU of Maryland, Linthicum, was named the Judith A. Burgin Professional of the Year.


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