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McCormack receives AACUL Farley Leadership Award
HARRISBURG, Pa. (2/24/09)--Jim McCormack, president/CEO of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association (PCUA), was honored Saturday with the Eugene H. Farley League Leadership Award, sponsored by the American Association of Credit Union Leagues (AACUL).
Jim McCormack, president/CEO of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association, is joined by previous Eugene H. Farley Leadership Award winners, from left: Dick Ensweiler, 2006; Carroll Beach, 2002; Gary Wolter, 2003; McCormack; Mike Mercer, the first award recipient, 2001; and Eugene Farley (Photo provided by the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association).
The award was presented during an AACUL reception in Washington, D.C., prior to the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (Life is a Highway Feb. 22). McCormack was joined by all nine members of the PCUA board of directors, and staff who were in Washington, D.C., for pre-GAC meetings. “I’m surprised and honored to receive this award,” said McCormack, “But this award goes to all of the credit unions in Pennsylvania, association board members past and present, and the wonderful staff of our association.” The award recognizes the efforts of credit union leagues or associations that demonstrate the characteristics of Eugene H. Farley, who retired in December 1999 after 40 years of service to the Virginia Credit Union League.


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