Iowa Credit Union League Consultant Retires After 32 Years of Service to the Credit Union Industry

Des Moines, Iowa — After 32 years in the Iowa credit union industry, Dianne Taylor, Management Consultant for the Iowa Credit Union League (ICUL), will retire on June 21. Dianne was committed to providing an exceptional level of support to Iowa credit unions throughout her tenure.

“Dianne has been an excellent resource and confidant for so many Iowa credit unions,” said Patrick S. Jury, CEO/President, ICUL. “Her knowledge of the credit union industry and trends has made her invaluable to our member credit unions and we are proud of all that she has accomplished.”

Dianne began her career in the credit union industry in 1981 for what was then Deere Employees Credit Union. She first joined ICUL in 1984 and moved to a League-owned data processing company where she managed the customer service and training area four years later.

Dianne returned to ICUL in 1990 as the Director of Education. She served in that capacity until 1998 when she accepted a position as the Operations Manager for Tri-County Credit Union, which is now known as Advantage Credit Union. In 1999, Dianne became a Management Consultant for ICUL where she has served for the past 14 years.

Dianne earned her certification as a Certified Credit Union Executive (CCUE) and was an inaugural member of the CUNA HR Council Executive Board. In addition, she served as an Iowa Jump$tart Coalition Board Member for more than 10 years, including a term as President in 2007.

“I would like to acknowledge the invaluable services Dianne has provided to the ICUL and the credit union industry throughout the past 32 years,” said Jim Niederhauser, VP, Member Services, ICUL. “She is one of the most sincere, devoted and hardworking individuals in the industry and has made incredible contributions to our growth.”

About the Iowa Credit Union League
The Iowa Credit Union League is the trade association that represents the interests of Iowa credit unions and their more than one million members. Credit unions are not-for-profit, financial cooperatives owned and operated by their members. Iowans use their credit union membership to receive higher interest rates on savings and lower interest rates on loans. For more information on ICUL and Iowa credit unions, visit Follow ICUL on Twitter at or on Facebook at learn more about credit unions, visit

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