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NASCUS installs officers honors Little
CHICAGO (9/16/11)--The National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) Wednesday named two officers and bestowed an annual award at its annual State System Summit in Chicago this week.
Click to view larger image Orla Beth Peck became the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) chairman for a two-year term. Pictured, from left, are: NASCUS President/CEO Mary Martha Fortney; Peck, Utah’s Supervisor of Credit Unions; and Catherine Tierney, Community First CU, Appleton, Wis., the new chairman of the NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council.
Click to view larger image Roger Little, retired credit union regulator from Michigan and past National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) chairman and director, was honored with the 2011 NASCUS Pierre Jay Award during NASCUS' State Summit this week. From left are: Little; Tom Candon, Vermont regulator; and NASCUS President/CEO Mary Martha Fortney. (Photos provided by the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors)
Utah’s credit union regulator, Orla Beth Peck, became the NASCUS chairman for a two-year term succeeding Tom Candon of Vermont. Also, Catherine Tierney, Community First CU, Appleton, Wis., was installed as the new chairman of the NASCUS Credit Union Advisory Council, succeeding the chairmanship of Parker Cann of BECU, Tukwila, Wash. Peck, the supervisor of credit unions for the Utah Department of Financial Institutions, joined the Utah agency as an examiner in 1981. She was named supervisor of credit unions in 1992. A longtime member of NASCUS, Peck has been active on NASCUS committees and served as a trustee and chairman of the National Institute for State Credit Union Examination. Peck has served on the NASCUS Board of Directors since 2007. Tierney has been active with the credit union community and NASCUS for many years. She joined Community First CU in 1976 and was named president/CEO in 1994. Under her leadership, the credit union has grown to $1.5 billion in assets with 88,000 members. Tierney has been a director of the NASCUS Credit Union Executive Council since 2003 and received the NASCUS Pierre Jay Award in 2009. Also at the summit, Roger Little, Michigan retired credit union regulator, past NASCUS chairman and longtime NASCUS Board Director, was honored with the 2011 NASCUS Pierre Jay Award. Recipients of the award best demonstrate outstanding service, leadership and commitment to NASCUS and the dual chartering system. The award, first awarded in 1997, is named after the first commissioner of banks in Massachusetts. Little began his state regulator career at the Michigan agency in 1984 as a credit union examiner. He later served as an examiner supervisor before his role as deputy commissioner, in which he was responsible for the oversight of Michigan’s more than 200 state-chartered credit unions. He was actively involved in NASCUS and served on the board of directors from 1999-2011. He was NASCUS chairman from 2003 to 2005. He was also an active participant in the NASCUS Accreditation Program and testified before committees in the U.S. House and Senate during his involvement with NASCUS, and co-authored a NASCUS white paper. Little retired on Jan. 1.
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