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Pa. Credit Union Association president Jim McCormack to retire

By , - Last modified: January 31, 2013 at 2:42 PM
Jim McCormack. Submitted photo
Jim McCormack. Submitted photo

Pennsylvania Credit Union Association President and CEO Jim McCormack will retire at the end of the year, the association said today

McCormack, 60, has been with the association for 32 years and became its leader in 1992, spokesman Michael Wishnow said. Previously, he worked at CUNA Mutual Group, a provider of insurance and other financial services to credit unions and their members, at its Pittsburgh office and Madison, Wis., headquarters.

The association will conduct a national search for McCormack's replacement, utilizing Alabama-based consulting firm Dollar Associates. McCormack will remain a consultant to the association's board through November 2014, the association said.

Based just north of Harrisburg in Susquehanna Township, the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association represents the state's more than 500 credit unions, which serve more than 3.6 million members.

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