NCUA Publishes Prohibition Orders Against Nine People
NCUA has issued Orders of Prohibition against:
* Kimberly Braxton, former loan officer of Shell Employees Houston Texas FCU. Braxton without admitting or denying guilt, consented to the prohibition order.
* Carol Angela Chavez, former VISA card supervisor of Denali Alaskan FCU, Anchorage. Chavez pled guilty and was convicted of financial institution fraud and filing a false tax return and was sentenced to 24 months and one day in prison followed by five years of supervised release and ordered to pay $517,627 in restitution.
* Jawad Dacca, former data base administrator at Greater Nevada Credit Union, Carson City, Nev. Without admitting or denying guilt, Dacca consented to the prohibition order.
* Kevin Kingsley, former branch manager of Marion County Credit Union, Ocala, Fla., who, without admitting or denying guilt, consented to the prohibition order,
* Susan Ellis Kirkpatrick, former assistant manager of Houston Belt & Terminal FCU. Kirkpatrick, pled guilty and was convicted of theft. She was sentenced to five years in prison and ordered to pay $35,678 in restitution.
* Mark G. Mahoney, former chief financial officer of Chicago Patrolmen's FCU, who, without admitting or denying fault, consented to a prohibition order to avoid the time, cost and expense of litigation.
* Thomas Larry Markham, former vice chairman of Farmers Federal Credit Union, Jacksonville, Fla., who, without admitting or denying fault, consented to a prohibition order to avoid the time, cost and expense of litigation.
* Lois B. Brunson, the former branch manager of Civic FCU, Rock Hill, S.C., Brunson pled guilty and was convicted of forgery and received a 10-year suspended sentence and was ordered to serve five years of supervised probation and pay $26,666 in restitution.
* Andre Lewis, former president of Richland Teachers Council FCU, Columbia, S.C., who was convicted of willful misapplication of funds in addition to money laundering and conspiracy. Lewis was sentenced to 78 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release. He was ordered to pay $463,035 in restitution and a $700 criminal monetary penalty.