Ohio’s BMI FCU Names Heir Apparent To CEO

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DUBLIN, Ohio – BMI FCU said its president, Sharon Custer, plans to retire next year and will be succeeded by William Allender, executive vice president at the $365 million credit union.

Allender, who has been with BMI for eight years, will become president on March 1, then CEO in May 2011, when Custer retires.

BMI was chartered in 1936 to serve employees of Battelle, the world’s largest independent research and development organization. It now serves more than 250 select groups in central Ohio.

 

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