HARRISBURG, Pa. (1/17/08)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association (PCUA) has announced the formation of a “Go Green” task force to discuss ways that credit unions can be eco-friendly. The task force, which will meet via teleconference, also will discuss ways to offer services to members interested in protecting the environment (Life is a Highway
Jan. 16). The task force is co-chaired by Joe Wambach, executive director of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Foundation; and Bret Davis, PCUA vice president, information systems and technology. Task force members include:
* Flora Caranci, American Heritage FCU, Philadelphia; * Carla Fastrich-Aranos, AmeriChoice FCU, Mechanicsburg; * Janelle Battle, Belco Community CU, Harrisburg; * Joshua Mountz, Bellco FCU, Wyomissing; * Bruce Wappman, Blue Chip FCU, Harrisburg; * Tara McQuillen, Discovery FCU, Wyomissing; * Liz Butler, Erie General Electric FCU, Erie; * Barbara Fortney, LANCO FCU, Lancaster; * Tina Hartman, Mennonite Financial FCU, Lancaster; * Sheryl Snider, Patriot FCU, Chambersburg; * Dan Moon, Pittsburgh Central FCU, Sewickley; * Trenton Mason, Riverset CU, Pittsburgh; and * Myra Fick, Tri County Area FCU, Pottstown.
PCUA staff who are working on the initiative are: Lori Plasic, card services operations/training supervisor, and Monika Scott, account executive. “As this project moves forward, you will certainly see and hear more about individual credit union ‘go green’ initiatives in this and other PCUA publications,” said Jim McCormack, PCUA president/CEO.