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NCUA issues six prohibitions for November

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The National Credit Union Administration on Friday released prohibitions for the month of November, barring six individuals from participating in the affairs of any federally insured financial institution.

During the agency’s November board meeting, the panel approved a measure making it easier for persons with certain low-level criminal records to return to the industry.

November’s prohibition notices and prohibition orders include:

  • Kolade Awoyade, a former employee of Cleveland-based Greater Abyssinia Federal Credit Union, who was sentenced on charges of embezzlement, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft.
  • Kelly Jo Hill, formerly of WV National Guard Federal Credit Union in Charleston, W.Va. Hill agreed and consented to a prohibition order and agreed to comply with all its terms to settle and resolve the NCUA board’s claim against her.
  • Tammy Margucci, a former employee of Lanco Federal Credit Union in Lancaster, Pa., who was sentenced on charges related to theft of movable property.
  • Brandon Corey Suarez, formerly of Space Coast Credit Union in Melbourne, Fla. Suarez was sentenced on charges of criminal use of personal identification, organized fraud to obtain property, grand theft and making false entries into the books of a corporation.
  • Grover Thurman, a former employee of Mid East Tennessee Community Credit Union in Decatur, Tenn. Thurman agreed and consented to a prohibition order and agreed to comply with all its terms to settle and resolve the NCUA board’s claims against him.
  • Joshua Thurman, also a former employee of Mid East Tennessee Community CU. Thurman also agreed and consented to a prohibition order and complying with and settling the NCUA board’s claims against him.

Information regarding the board’s claims against Hill and the Thurmans was not immediately available.

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