The National Credit Union Administration today released the names of seven people issued prohibition orders during the month of April. The following individuals are therefore prohibited from participating in the affairs of any federally insured financial institution:

  • Tammy Burns, a former employee of Access Credit Union, a $43 million institution based in Bristol, Pa., who pleaded guilty to the charges of theft and receiving stolen property. Burns was sentenced to three years’ probation.
  • Cynthia D. Gilmore, a former employee of the $3.7 million Beverly Bus Garage Federal Credit Union of Chicago, who pleaded no contest to charge of theft. Gilmore was sentenced to 30 months in prison and more than 12 years’ supervised release. She was also ordered to complete 50 hours of community service each year of her supervised release.
  • Willie Joseph Jones, Jr., a former employee of the $677 million Power Financial Credit Union of Pembroke Pines, Fla., who pleaded guilty to the charge of identity theft. Jones was sentenced to two years in prison, one year supervised release, and was also ordered to pay court costs.
  • Tania Maldonado-Suarez, a former employee of the $138 million Puerto Rico Federal Credit Union of Caparra, P.R., who pleaded guilty to the charge of embezzlement. Maldonado-Suarez was sentenced to three years’ supervised release and ordered to pay $474,894.69 in restitution.
  • Edward John Malone, a former employee of the $2.5 million Mount Pleasant Area School Employees Federal Credit Union in Mount Pleasant, Pa., pleaded guilty to the charges of theft and receiving stolen property. Malone was ordered to complete one year of probation and pay $3,232.82 in restitution.
  • Laura L. Malone, another former employee of Mount Pleasant Area School Employees FCU, who pleaded guilty to the charges of conspiracy, theft and receiving stolen property. She was ordered to complete one year of probation and pay $3,232.82 in restitution.
  • Natasha Mask, also known as Natasha Bontemps, a former temporary employee of the $11.9 billion Golden 1 Federal Credit Union in Sacramento, Calif., was found guilty of petty theft. Mask was sentenced to ten days in prison and ordered to complete one week in the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Work Program.

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