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Credit unions announce new board officers, beef up mortgage departments and other new hires, promotions and appointments.
Royal Credit Union, Eau Claire, Wis., has named Kristine Voller as vice president of business loans and services for Minnesota.
Chris Miller joined Park View Federal Credit Union, Harrisonburg, Va., as mortgage loan advisor.
Alaska USA Mortgage Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Anchorage, Alaska, has named Leisa Gates as retail production mortgage manager for Arizona, California, and Washington State.
First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union, Fairhaven, Mass., appointed Giselle Crowell as mortgage originator for Plymouth County.
John J. Neville
Educational Systems Federal Credit Union, Greenbelt, Md., named John J. Neville as treasurer of the board of directors.
First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union, Fairhaven, Mass., appointed James Snyder as senior mortgage originator for Southeastern Cape Cod.
Chartway Federal Credit Union, Virginia Beach, Va., named Ken Maddrey as vice president of collections and fraud.
George D. Denny Jr.
Educational Systems Federal Credit Union, Greenbelt, Md. named George D. Denny Jr. as secretary of the board of directors.
Capital Credit Union, Green Bay, Wis., named Joel Williquette as vice president and chief information officer.
Educational Systems Federal Credit Union, Greenbelt, Md., named Eva Chesley as vice chair of the board of directors.
Alonia C. Sharps
Educational Systems Federal Credit Union, Greenbelt, Md., named Alonia C. Sharps as chair of the board of directors.
Craig Welch Jr
Columbia Credit Union, Vancouver, Wash., named Allan Siegel as senior vice president and chief financial officer.
Chartway Federal Credit Union, Virginia Beach, Va., named David Menker as vice president of real estate lending.
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