The National Credit Union Administration has banned three former credit union employees from the industry.

The employees can no longer work at any federally insured financial institution without the written consent of the appropriate federal regulator, the agency said in a release.

The three are Marilyn J. Perkins, Susan Gaskey Dean, and Gary Longtin.

Ms. Perkins was a former teller, loan officer, and bookkeeper of Olympia, Wash.-based Evergreen Federal Credit Union. She pleaded guilty to embezzling $60,278 by taking cash from daily deposits and obtaining cash advances from a line of credit established for a fictitious person.

Ms. Perkins was required to pay restitution and was sentenced to home detention for eight months followed by supervised release for four years, the agency said.

Ms. Dean, a former loan officer of Salisbury, N.C.-based Food Lion Credit Association Credit Union, pleaded guilty to taking $11,500 by creating a fictitious loan.

Mr. Longtin, a former manager of Florida-USA (St. Petersburg) Federal Credit Union, did not admit to any wrongdoing or fault.

But he consented to an order of prohibition to avoid the time and expense of an administrative litigation.

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