8 named in NAFCU's 2019 Annual Awards Competition
NAFCU has named eight winners in its 2019 Annual Awards Competition, which honors member credit unions and credit union professionals and volunteers for excellence and achievement in the industry. Award winners will be further recognized during the association's 52nd Annual Conference and Solutions Expo June 18-21 in New Orleans.
"This year's award winners have demonstrated their superb efforts in going above and beyond for their credit union as well as the credit union industry as a whole," said NAFCU Awards Committee Chairman Jim Kenyon, president and CEO of Whitefish Credit Union (Whitefish, Mont.). "NAFCU is tremendously honored to recognize these winners and their commitment to advancing the industry's mission of strengthening communities and providing safe, affordable financial services."
This year's Annual Awards Competition recognized the CEO of the Year, Professional of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and Credit Union of the Year in each of two asset-size categories: $250 million or less, and more than $250 million.
This year's winners are:
CEO of the Year
- Carlos R. Calderon, OAS Staff Federal Credit Union ($250 million or less)
- Bill Schirmer, Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union (more than $250 million)
Professional of the Year
- Mike Wisnor, Vice President of Marketing and Mission, Ohio Catholic Federal Credit Union ($250 million or less)
- John F. Wilkening, Chief Retail Officer, Notre Dame Federal Credit Union (more than $250 million)
Volunteer of the Year
- John D. Szoka, Bragg Mutual Federal Credit Union ($250 million or less)
- David Kish, Purdue Federal Credit Union (more than $250 million)
Credit Union of the Year
- St. Thomas Federal Credit Union ($250 million or less)
- Alliant Credit Union (more than $250 million)
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