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S.C. CUs elect new director six incumbents to board
COLUMBIA, S.C. (4/23/09)--South Carolina credit unions have elected one new director and six incumbents to the South Carolina Credit Union League (SCCUL) Board of Directors. Election results were announced at the April 18 business session of the SCCUL & Affiliates 2009 Annual Meeting in Myrtle Beach, S.C. New to the board is Jim McDaniel, president/CEO of Heritage Trust FCU, Summerville. Re-elected incumbents are:
* Faye Crocker, CEO, Greater Abbeville FCU, Abbeville; * Isaac Dickson, board chairman, Carolina Foothills FCU, Spartanburg; * Paul Hughes, president, Greenville FCU, Greenville; * Jerry Miller, president/CEO, Carolina Trust FCU, Myrtle Beach; * Brad Rustin, president/CEO, Charleston Area FCU, Charleston; and * Ed Templeton, president/CEO of SRP FCU, North Augusta.
The new board also selected for its executive committee:
* President Scott Woods, president/CEO, S.C. FCU, North Charleston; * Templeton, first vice chairman; * Rustin, second vice chairman; * Treasurer Linda Weatherford, vice president, SPC Cooperative CU, Hartsville; and * Secretary Patti Seymore, vice president, SC Telco FCU, Greenville.
As former chairman, Love will serve as an ex officio member of the executive committee.


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