Security Service FCU, San Antonio, promoted Bruce Gillooly to VP of public affairs.

Curtis Ring, board member at Summit CU, Raleigh, N.C., received the Larry Johnson Order of Merit Lifetime Achievement Award from his peers in the North Carolina credit union movement.

EHS Design, Inc., Seattle, named Chris Hamilton principal and added Kevin Conway as a senior project manager and John Pusey as a project architect.

Karl Kissinger was named VP of business services at Centra CU, Columbus, Ind.

Caren Gabriel, CEO of Ascend FCU, Tullahoma, Tenn., was appointed to the CUNA Mutual Holding Company board.

SACU, San Antonio, elected Pat Wilson, Ramon Abarca, and Rick Marek to serve three-year terms on its board of directors. Other directors: Franklin Burk (chair), Richard Rodriguez (vice chair), Deborah McCrary (secretary), Michael Sellers (treasurer), Sue Turner, and David Velasquez.

MidSouth Community FCU, Macon, Ga., hired Trey Ogle as manager of its Bass Road branch.

David Broadaway joined Members Exchange CU, Ridgeland, Miss., as AVP of business development.

Highmark FCU, Rapid City, S.D., named Ted Bangert VP of business lending and Shane Thompson business lending officer.

John M. Floyd & Associates, Baytown, Texas, added Vic Imes as regional director for Indiana and Ohio, and Terry Downey as regional director for Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

Cathie Forier, supervisor of corporate security at Charter Oak FCU, Groton, Conn., received certification from the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators and is now a Certified Financial Crimes Investigator.

Charleston Southern University presented Troy Hall, COO South Carolina FCU, Charleston, S.C., with the Outstanding MBA Student of the Year Award.

1st Advantage FCU, Yorktown, Va., named its board of directors: Tom Cameron (chair), Sylvester McClellan (vice chair), Fred Blough (treasurer), Brenda Dawson (secretary), Paul Adamo, Melissa Gutridge, Larry Smail, Blair Smith, Andrae Via, and directors emerita Michael Flanary and Betty Wiggins.

Solarity CU, Yakima, Wash., announced its new board of directors and supervisory committee members. On the board are: James Hurley (chair), Jerry Kobes (vice chair), Terry Morgan (secretary), Tom Garrison, Michael Meyer, Vera Frank, Craig Baird, Peggy Davenport, Mark Chmelewski, Gary Kissling, Mark Kranz, JoAnn Miller-Rose, and Doug Nicholson. Supervisory committee members are: Doug Partlow (chair), Kenneth Flaks (vice chair), Linda Kane, and Kay Gamache.

CU Service Network, Lakewood, Colo., announced results of its board of directors elections: Keith Cowling of CU of Denver, Dan Kester of Sooper CU, Stephanie Teubner of Warren FCU, Mark Uden of Mutual 1st FCU and Mike Williams of Colorado CU. Table Officers are: Carla Hedrick, CEO of Denver Community FCU (chair); Kester (vice chair), and Uden (secretary/treasurer).

Western Division FCU, Williamsville, N.Y., named its board of directors and supervisory committee members. The board: Jeffrey Wagner (chair), Warren Tulowitzki (vice chair), Christine Newhouse (treasurer), Samuel Loquasto (secretary), Ellen Christy, and Peter Seitz. Daniel Spellman (chair), Deborah Philpott, Rachel Brennan, Suzie Mazella and Wagner comprise the supervisory committee.

The Credit Union Association of New York announced results of its recent board of directors elections. Re-elected to three-year terms were John Gibardi, CEO of Entertainment Industries FCU; Mark Pfisterer, CEO of AmeriCU CU; and Robin Young, CEO of Great Erie FCU. The board's current slate of officers were also re-elected for one-year terms: Louis Jimenez, CEO of Montauk CU (chair); Laurie Baker, SVP/COO of The Summit FCU (vice chair); Mark Pfisterer, CEO, of AmeriCU CU (treasurer); and Ann Hynes, CEO of St. Pius X Church FCU (secretary). Completing the 11-member board are: Marie Betti, treasurer/CEO, Western New York FCU; Barbara Dillon, CEO, SUNY Geneseo FCU; Alfred Frosolone, CEO, Niagara's Choice FCU; Shirley Jenkins, board secretary, Municipal CU; and Michael Tobler, president/CEO, Albany Firemen's FCU.

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