NAFCU Names 2013 Annual Awards Competition Winners
WASHINGTON, DC (May 13, 2013) The National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU) announced the winners of its 2013 Annual Awards Competition. The winners will be honored in conjunction with NAFCU’s 46th Annual Conference and Solutions Expo in Boston, July 9-13.
“This year’s annual awards winners are all extraordinary leaders who embody the spirit that makes the credit union industry so great,” said Fred Becker, NAFCU president and CEO. “NAFCU is delighted to honor them for their outstanding accomplishments.”
The 2013 Annual Awards recipients are:
Federal Credit Union of the Year
URW Community Federal Credit Union, Danville, Va. ($150 million or less)
Service 1st Federal Credit Union, Danville, Penn. (Between $151 million and $750 million)
United Federal Credit Union, St. Joseph, Mich. ($751 million or more)
CEO of the Year
C. Dana Rawlings, Pioneer West Virginia Federal Credit Union, Charleston, W.Va. ($150 million or less)
Paul Trylko, Amplify Federal Credit Union, Austin, Texas (Between $151 million and $750 million)
Terry Laudick, New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union, Albuquerque, N.M. ($751 million or more)
Professional of the Year
Stormy Dean, Wyo Central Federal Credit Union, Casper, Wyo. ($150 million or less)
Lisa Nicholas, Amplify Federal Credit Union, Austin, Texas (Between $151 million and $750 million)
Joseph C. Anderson, AmeriCU Credit Union, Rome, N.Y. ($751 million or more)
Volunteer of the Year
Jack Hickey, Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union, Northfield, N.J. ($150 million or less)
Richard Caccamise, First Atlantic Federal Credit Union, Eatontown, N.J. (Between $151 million and $750 million)
J. Bradford Hines, GTE Financial, Tampa, Fla. ($751 million or more)
Annual Awards winners will be recognized at NAFCU’s 46th Annual Conference and Solutions Expo, as well as in an upcoming issue of The Federal Credit Union magazine. Also during the conference, NAFCU will present the 2013 White Hat Award to the NAFCU member credit union raising the most dollars for NAFCU/PAC.
For more information, visit http://www.nafcu.org/annualawards/.
The National Association of Federal Credit Unions is the only national organization that focuses exclusively on federal issues affecting credit unions, representing its members before the federal government and the public.