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Credit unions in Maine and Michigan have promoted employees to new positions while America's Credit Union Museum has named a former board member as director emeritus.
Gerry Agnes, CUES
CUES has named Gerry Agnes, president and CEO of Elevations Credit Union in Boulder, Colo., to its board. He will replace Robert D. Ramirez, CEO of Vantage West Credit Union.
Ross Biette, Cumberland County FCU
Cumberland County Federal Credit Union in Falmouth, Maine, has promoted Ross Biette to senior vice president of information systems.
Amy Thelen, LAFCU
Amy Thelen has been promoted to human resources generalist at LAFCU in Lansing, Mich. She will lead retiree relations, recruiting and benefits administration.
Justin Tuck, LAFCU
Justin Tuck has been promoted to assistant vice president of operations at LAFCU in Lansing, Mich. He will oversee operations, including lending and teller functions and staff supervision, at the South Lansing and Collins Road branches starting later this month.
Richard “Dick” Ensweiler, America's Credit Union Museum
The board for America’s Credit Union Museum recently named former board member, Richard “Dick” Ensweiler, as director emeritus.
Julie Parsons, Redwood CU
Redwood Credit Union in Santa Rosa, Calif., has promoted Julie Parsons to training and development manager. She will be responsible for evaluating organizational and individual performance and developing training.
Brian Alfano, OCCU
OCCU in Eugene, Ore., has hired Brian Alfano as its chief operations officer.
Ryan Bell, Member One FCU
Ryan Bell, a market manager at Member One Federal Credit Union in Roanoke, Va., has been named as a 2019 Millennial on the Move by Lynchburg Business magazine. The award, a joint campaign by Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance, Young Professionals of Central Virginia and the Lynchburg Office of Economic Development, recognizes local young professionals who are going above and beyond in their jobs and communities.
Community banks that were pushed past key asset limits by the Paycheck Protection Program say they will be unable to shrink their balance sheets back to normal size by the 2022 deadline, especially if there is a new round of rescue aid.
The plan still lacks concrete details about standards banks must meet to earn high ratings, but the agency said the new methodology would end grade inflation and could penalize banks that underperform.