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NuVision FCU Receives Congressional Recognition For Biz Leadership
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (11/6/13)--
Click to view larger image U.S. Rep. John Campbell, left, awards Huntington Beach, Calif.-based NuVision FCU's CEO, Roger Ballard, special congressional recognition for Outstanding Business Leadership on behalf of more than 87,000 credit union members primarily in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. (Photo provided by NuVision FCU)
NuVision FCU CEO Roger Ballard has been awarded special congressional recognition for Outstanding Business Leadership by U.S. Rep. John Campbell (R-Calif.) during a ceremony at the congressman's offices in Irvine, Calif.
 
"It is an honor to receive this recognition from Congressman Campbell, whose deep knowledge of our industry and tireless work on behalf of the American people is commendable," said Ballard, CEO of the Huntington Beach, Calif.-based, $1.3 billion asset credit union since 2004. "Throughout NuVision's tremendous growth over the past 75-plus years, we have stayed focused on meeting the needs of our members, which I believe is the cornerstone of our success."
 
Campbell is a member of the House Committee on Financial Services and chairs the subcommittee on monetary policy and trade, as well as serves on the House Committee on the Budget.


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