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Morgan resigns as Alabama CU administrator
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (3/26/14)--Alabama Credit Union Administration Administrator Larry Morgan has resigned, the League of Southeastern Credit Unions (LSCU) reported Tuesday.
 
Morgan's last day of work was Monday ( eSignal March 25).
 
"The league has had a good working relationship with Larry and appreciate the job he did over the past three years," said Patrick La Pine, LSCU president/CEO. "His knowledge of credit unions was an asset as administrator. We will work with Governor Bentley to identify candidates to become the next administrator."
 
He was appointed the state's administrator by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley in February 2011. He assumed the post two months after he retired as CEO of APCO Employees CU in Birmingham. Morgan had led APCO for 38 years.
 
Alabama Credit Union Administration Assistant Administrator Lloyd Moore has been named interim administrator. Gov. Bentley will appoint a new administrator, however it could be after the November elections.


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