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Vermont CUs elect directors honor Bergeron
BURLINGTON, Vt. (6/9/08)--The Association of Vermont Credit Unions (AVCU) elected new officers to its board and honored AVCU President Joe Bergeron during its 61st Annual Meeting May 31. Jim Adorisio, Susan Best and Jeff Morse were re-elected to three-year terms on the board. Officers for this year are:
* Chairman John Benoit, NorthCountry FCU, South Burlington; * Vice-chair Sean Gammon, Members Advantage Community CU, Barre; * Secretary Susan Best, ORLEX Government Employees CU, Newport; and * Treasurer Adorisio, Champlain Valley CU, Essex Junction.
Bergeron was honored by the association for 30 years of service and was presented with a Rado watch. Speakers at the meeting included Dennis Dollar, former National Credit Union Administration board chairman and principal partner of Dollar and Associates; Mark Sievewright, corporate senior vice president at Fiserv; and Tom Glatt, CEO of Continental FCU, El Segundo, Calif.
Joe Bergeron (left), president of the Association of Vermont Credit Unions (AVCU), receives a Rado watch from John Benoit, AVCU board chairman, to honor Bergeron's 30 years of service.
From left: Jim Adorisio, Susan Best and Jeff Morse were re-elected to three-year terms on the Association of Vermont Credit Unions board of directors at its annual meeting May 31. (Photos provided by the Association of Vermont Credit Unions)


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