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Woods re-elected chairman of First Carolina Corporate
GREENSBORO, N.C. (9/6/12)--Scott Woods, president/CEO of South Carolina FCU, has been re-elected chairman of the board of directors for the First Carolina Corporate CU in Greensboro, N.C.

First Carolina Corporate serves more than 170 member credit unions in both states and operates with $1.5 billion dollars in assets, said a press release from South Carolina FCU.  

Woods serves on the boards for the Palmetto Cooperative Services LLC, the South Carolina ACH Association and Indirect Lending Services LLC. Woods also serves on the Community Investment Council of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and the Governmental Affairs Conference Committee for the Credit Union National Association.

Woods has been president/CEO of South Carolina FCU since 2004. Prior to accepting this role, he served as chief financial officer of South Carolina FCU.  

Other officers elected at the corporate were:

  • Vice chair--Scott Weaver, president/CEO, Carolina Foothills FCU, Spartanburg, S.C.;
  • Secretary--Randy Crawford, president/CEO, WNC Community CU, Waynesville, N.C.; and
  • Treasurer--Jack Braswell, Members CU, president/CEO, Winston Salem, N.C.


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