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Pennsylvania CU Assoc announces board
HARRISBURG, Pa. (2/11/13)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association has announced the election of two board members--Richard Stipa and Christine Woods--and the re-election of one other--Cookie Yoder.

Stipa, CEO of TruMark Financial CU, will serve a three-year term and represent credit unions in the greater than $100 million assets category. Since 2001, he has served as the CEO of the Trevose-headquartered credit union. 

At the national level, he serves on the Federal Reserve Credit Union Advisory Council, Credit Union National Association state credit union subcommittee, and the PSCU Strategic Planning Committee. Also, Stipa serves on the Pennsylvania Credit Union Foundation Board of Directors, the PCUA State Credit Union Advisory Committee, and PCUA Governmental Affairs Committee/PAC Trustee. He also represented credit union interests on the Gov. Tom Corbett Transition Team.

Woods, president/CEO of Keystone FCU will serve a three-year term and represent credit unions in the greater than $30 million and up to $100 million assets category. Since 2008, Woods has served as the CEO of the West Chester-based credit union.

Yoder, president/CEO of City Co FCU, was re-elected and will serve a three-year term and represent credit unions in the up to $30 million assets category. With more than 35 years of credit union experience, Yoder was named president/CEO of the Pittsburgh-based credit union in 2011. Previously, she served as president/CEO of Pittsburgh FCU for 22 years.


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