The ousted general manager of a prominent ethnic credit union in Brooklyn, N.Y., now wants to be a director.

Marcin Sar, who steered Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union from 1987 through May of this year, has mounted a campaign to be a candidate for one of four open seats on the nine-member board.

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