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Two elected to South Carolina CU League board
COLUMBIA, S.C. (4/30/12)--South Carolina credit unions elected one new director and re-elected another to the South Carolina Credit Union League (SCCUL) Board of Directors, and both will serve full three-year terms.

Election results were announced at the April 21 business session of the SCCUL & Affiliates 2012 Annual Meeting in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

New to the 2012-2013 SCCUL Board of Directors is Nick Wodogaza, president/CEO of Palmetto Citizens FCU, Columbia. Re-elected is Faye Crocker, CEO of Greater Abbeville (S.C.) FCU.

Continuing their multi-year terms in 2012-2013 are: Rick Hammond, president/CEO of S.C. State FCU, Columbia; Robert Harris, CEO of Health Facilities FCU, Florence; W. Ray Partain, board member for Anderson (S.C.) FCU; Anne Shivers, president/CEO of Carolina Collegiate FCU, Columbia; and Linda Weatherford, vice president at SPC CU, Hartsville.

Following the business session, the board named its officers: Crocker, chairman; Shivers, vice chairman; Partain, treasurer; and Harris, secretary.

As immediate past chairman, Weatherford will serve one more term as a board member before acting as an ex officio member. Scott Woods, president/CEO of SC FCU, North Charleston, remains as an ex officio member of the board, as is SCCUL President/CEO Steve Fowler.

Of the 73 member credit unions eligible to vote for the new directors, 59 completed required voting credentials. Of those, 57 submitted ballots to independent accounting firm Cantey, Tiller, Pierce, & Green, LLP of Camden, S.C.


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