Alaska CU Executive Sentenced To Prison For $187,000 Embezzlement

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SITKA, Alaska – The former chief financial officer at ALPS FCU was sentenced Friday to two years in prison for stealing more than $187,000 from the credit union.

Vicki Weidenhof, 46, was the chief financial officer of ALPS until her dismissal in March, as the FBI investigation got underway. She currently resides in Chatsworth, Georgia.

Weidenhof pleaded guilty in September to charges of taking funds from the credit union's general ledger accounts and depositing the money into her personal account and into the accounts of others.

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