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Apps Accepted For Scholarships

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif.-The Richard Myles Johnson Foundation is now accepting applications for its Leadership Scholarship Program for the 2004-2005 school year. The program provides four scholarships of $2,000 each to CU employees and volunteers in California and Nevada to help them pursue a graduate degree.

For info: Nancy Dotson, 800-472-1702, ext. 3244, or ndotson rmjfoundation.org.

McGill To Succeed Herbert

MIRAMAR, Fla.- Stephen C. McGill, a 20-year veteran of Eastern Financial Florida Credit Union, has been named EFFCU's new CEO. He replaces current president and CEO Kent Herbert, who is retiring to his native Wisconsin.

SACU Intro's POS Financing

SAN ANTONIO-San Antonio Federal Credit Union (SACU) has introduced point-of-sale financing through a number of local retailers. Recently approved merchants include Caldera Sweetwater Spa in San Antonio, Morgan Building and Spas in Selma, Texas; and Granite and Marble Connection in Houston. Members can get financing at the time of purchase.

Arnold Appointed To Tiac

PEORIA, Ill.-Eldon Arnold, CEO of the $2.7-billion CEFCU, has been named to the Thrift Institutions Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve. TIAC provides first-hand advice from industry experts who have a relationship with the Fed.

Wheeler Leaving CU Foundation

MADISON, Wis.- Bruce Wheeler, who has been with the National Credit Union Foundation for the past seven years and whose duties included overseeing the Development Education (DE) program, is leaving. Wheeler has accepted a position with a Madison-based association management firm. The National Credit Union Foundation is also seeking a new executive director to replace Gary Officer, who resigned.

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