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Ohio regulator CU exec join NASCUS leadership
ARLINGTON, Va. (3/11/11)--The National Association of Credit Union Supervisors (NASCUS) recently announced three appointments. NASCUS Chairman Tom Candon appointed Michael Wettrich, deputy superintendent for credit unions for the Ohio Department of Commerce, to fill an unexpired term that will end in September. Wettrich has been with the department for more than 12 years and was appointed deputy superintendent for credit Unions in November. Michael Kurish, president/CEO of Associated Schools Employees CU, Youngstown, Ohio, has been appointed to fill an unexpired term on the NASCUS Credit Union Executive Council ending in September. Kurish has served as president/CEO of Associated Schools Employees CU since 1985. The appointment was made by Credit Union Advisory Council Chairman Parker Cann, senior vice president and corporate counsel of BECU, Tukwila, Wash. Also, the executive council elected Linda Childs, president/CEO of Knoxville (Tenn.) Post Office CU, Knoxville, Tenn., as secretary. The council comprises 12 credit union executives who serve in an advisory capacity to NASCUS. “NASCUS welcomes these new voices to our leadership,” said NASCUS President/CEO Mary Martha Fortney. “We are pleased to have their perspectives, especially considering Ohio has such a significant voice in the state credit union system. NASCUS looks forward to working with them during the coming months.”
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