Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

News Now

CU System
New England Leagues Name 13 Rising Star Award Recipients
MARLBOROUGH, Mass. (3/14/13)--Thirteen people have been named Rising Star recipients in the credit union industry by the Massachusetts Credit Union League, New Hampshire Credit Union League, Credit Union Association of Rhode Island, and CenterPoint magazine.

New England credit unions were asked to nominate individuals during the past few months.

The 2013 Credit Union Rising Stars award recipients, said the Massachusetts league, are:

  • Sean Capaloff-Jones, UMassFive College FCU, Hadley, Mass.;
  • Ellen Coughlin, Leominster (Mass.) CU;
  • Laura Cummings, AllCom CU, Worcester, Mass.;
  • Vyrick Eng, Jeanne D'Arc CU, Lowell, Mass.;
  • Bryce Jackson, Navigant CU, Smithfield, R.I.;
  • Anne Labeta, CPCU CU, Somerville, Mass.;
  • Traci Michel, Metro CU, Chelsea, Mass.;
  • Elizabeth Mulcahy, Jeanne D'Arc CU;
  • Tim Mullen, Bellwether Community CU, Manchester, N.H.;
  • Mychelle Phillips, Leominster CU;
  • Maria Porto, Hanscom FCU, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass.;
  • Joshua Rakiey, Hanscom FCU; and
  • Debra Lee Surface, St. Jean's CU, Lynn, Mass.
The individuals will be honored April 24 at The Great New England Credit Union Show, during a special "Credit Union Rising Stars Awards Breakfast" sponsored by Macpage.


RSS print
News Now LiveWire
Fixed-asst rule relief would not apply to federally insured, state-chartered credit unions.
6 minutes ago
.@TheNCUA Ch Matz says intent is to allow CUs to manage fixed assets without NCUA "micromanaging" the purchases of fixed assets.
9 minutes ago
Under this fxd-asst proposal, @NCUA says to exceed 5% cap a CU would need a plan or program.
11 minutes ago
The new proposal was drafted, in part, due to comments received in 2013 on a technical corrections rule approved by NCUA on fxd-assts.
13 minutes ago
Today's @TheNCUA meeting starts now with fixed-asset proposal; wld eliminate 5% cap.
16 minutes ago