Roche, Templeton and Weickenand Win NAFCU Board Seats

WASHINGTON, DC (May 15, 2013) The National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU) announced that Jan Roche, Ed Templeton, and Daniel Weickenand have won at-large seats on the NAFCU Board of Directors in voting that closed Monday. Their new terms begin after the Annual Business Meeting on July 9, 2013 in Boston, Mass.

Templeton, president and CEO of SRP Federal Credit Union, North Augusta, S.C., and current board vice chair, was elected to his third three-year term. Roche, president and CEO of State Department Federal Credit Union, Alexandria, Va., was also elected to a three-year term, while Weickenand, CEO of Orion Federal Credit Union, Memphis, Tenn., won a one-year term. Both Roche and Weickenand will be joining as first-time NAFCU Board members.

“NAFCU is pleased to have Ed continuing on the board and Jan and Daniel joining us. Their insights and expertise will help NAFCU continue to champion credit unions,” said Mike Parsons, president and CEO, First Source First Federal Credit Union, and board chair.

Continuing on the NAFCU board are:

•         Rich Harris, president and CEO, Caltech Employees Federal Credit Union, and board treasurer;
•         Jeanne Kucey, president and CEO, JetStream Federal Credit Union, and board secretary;
•         Cutler Dawson, president and CEO, Navy Federal Credit Union;
•         Martin Breland, president and CEO,  Tower Federal Credit Union;
•         Mike Lussier, president and CEO, Webster First Federal Credit Union;
•         Debra Schwartz, president and CEO, Mission Federal Credit Union; and
•         Rod Taylor, president and CEO,  Barksdale Federal Credit Union.

NAFCU’s Annual Business Meeting will be held in conjunction with the association’s 46th Annual Conference and Solutions Expo at the Hynes Convention Center, July 9-13 in Boston, Mass.

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