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Mid-Atlantic CEO named to Primary Financial Co. board
WESTERVILLE, Ohio (4/15/09)-- Primary Financial Co. LLC, a credit union service organization owned by 27 corporate credit unions, announced that Jay Murray, president/CEO of Mid-Atlantic Corporate FCU, is its newest board member. Murray fills an open seat. His term will expire in 2011. He has been with Mid-Atlantic since 1991, and has been president/CEO since July 2008. At Mid-Atlantic, he served previously as corporate account manager, vice president of member services, and senior vice president and chief operating officer. Murray also sits on the boards of Impel Consulting Group, a credit union consulting company; My CU Services, Mid-Atlantic's electronic bill payment company; and Sollievo Group, Mid-Atlantic's benefits and insurance company. Other directors include: Board Chairman, Lew Lambert, president, Minnesota operations, Members United FCU; Lee Butke, president/CEO of Corporate One FCU; Greg Moore, president/CEO, Georgia Central CU; and Kathy Garner, president, Northwest region, Southwest Corporate FCU. Primary Financial Co. has offices in Westerville, Ohio, and Columbus, Ind. It serves more than 4,000 credit unions throughout the U.S. with more than $9 billion in credit union investments outstanding.


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