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N.J. league honors CUs for philosophy action more
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (10/14/09)--More than 700 credit union leaders attended the New Jersey Credit Union League’s (NJCUL) annual meeting and convention Sept. 22 in Atlantic City to discuss credit union issues and to honor several credit union leaders.
Click to view larger image A panel discussion with, from left, Jim Blaine, president/CEO, State Employees’ CU, Raleigh, N.C.; Paul Gentile, president /CEO, New Jersey Credit Union League; and Dennis Dollar, former chairman, National Credit Union Administration, discussed overdraft protection, the future of the corporate credit union system, and the Community Reinvestment Act at the New Jersey league’s 75th annual meeting and convention, Sept. 20-22 in Atlantic City. (Photo provided by the New Jersey Credit Union League)
The conference was attended by 85 credit unions and featured 69 vendors (The Weekly Exchange Oct. 5). The 2009 NJCUL award-winners were announced at the convention. They included:
* Desjardins Youth Financial Literacy Award--First Financial FCU, and Raritan Bay FCU, Sayreville; * Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Recognition Award--Jersey Shore FCU, Northfield; * Louise Herring Award for Philosophy in Action --Jersey Shore FCU; * CEO of the Year--Ann South, president/CEO, Novartis FCU, East Hanover; * Alexander Kosobucki Promotion Award--First Financial FCU, Toms River; and Hamilton (N.J.) Horizons FCU; * Catherine Miller Newsletter Award--Affinity FCU, Basking Ridge; Campbell Employees FCU, Cherry Hill; and Hamilton Horizons FCU; and * The Website Award--Aspire FCU, Clark; and Hamilton Horizons FCU.
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