Eight People Banned From Working At CUs

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A former teller supervisor was banned from credit unions by NCUA for stealing funds from at least 20 senior citizen members, most of them in their 70s and 80s, at Kern FCU. Dorothy Jean Rogers was convicted of embezzlement and sentenced to six months in jail and ordered to pay more than $15,000 in restitution.

NCUA also banned Melonie Unger, a former branch manager for Syracuse FCU, for making as much as $50,000 in unauthorized withdrawals from members' accounts.

Also banned were: Helen Rent, former manager of Community CU, Milwaukee; Donna Bennett, former manager Fort Ligonier FCU; Lawrence Hall, former CEO of Amarillo Community FCU; Clyde Matsuoka, former vice president of Hawaii Schools FCU; Ida Kieschnick, former loan officer at St. Gregory's FCU; and Marybeth Wisneiwski, former member service representative at Raritan Bay Federal Credit Union.

Ed Roberts can be reached at eroberts cujournal.com.

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