Where Are They Now?
Carol Aranjo: Former CEO of the D. Edward wells FCU, Springfield, Mass., and one-time chairwoman of the NFCDCU; was sued by NCUA for embezzlement after it placed the CU into conservatorship and is now under indictment.
Dan Mica: the former Florida congressman is still CEO of CUNA, the longest-serving president in the group's history.
Buck Levins: Former CEO of Robins FCU, Warner Robins, Ga., and CUNA chairman during the push to pass HR 1151. Now retired.
Yolanda Wheat: Former member of the NCUA Board; now living in Kansas City, serving on the Advisory Board of the Kansas City Free Health Clinic and managing operations of her husband's consulting firm, Wheat Government Relations, Arlington, Va.
George E. Brown: California congressman and strong CU supporter who died in July 2005 while serving his 18th term. Fought for passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Robert Rubin: Goldman Sachs investment banker who served two terms as President Clinton's Treasury Secretary; now with Citigroup; on board of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Al D'Amato: NY senator was chairman of Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs during HR 1151; now a managing director of Computer Associates.
Steve LaTourette: Republican co-sponsor of H.R 1151 now serving his sixth term as representative from Ohio's 14th District.
John LaFalce: NY Dem was ranking member of House Financial Services Committee during HR 1151 and declined to run for reelection; now on faculty of Canisius College.
Paul Kanjorski: Democratic co-sponsor of HR 1151 now serving his 12th term as rep of Penn.'s 11th District.
President Bill Clinton: Now head of the William J. Clinton Foundation.