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June 25, 2018

Maine Credit Union League elects 2018-19 officers

Courtesy / Maine Credit Union League
Courtesy / Maine Credit Union League
Tucker Cole, president and CEO of Maine State Credit Union of Augusta and Waterville, is the new chair of the Maine Credit Union League and Joann Bisson, president and CEO of Trademark Federal Credit Union of Augusta, Portland and Scarborough, is the new vice chair.

About the Maine Credit Union League

Formed in 1938, the Maine Credit Union League is the state trade association for Maine's 55 credit unions and nearly 700,000 members, committed to helping credit unions succeed and improve the financial lives of their members.

The Maine Credit Union League's board elected new officers for 2018-19 at the organization's 80th annual meeting and convention in Portland.

Here are the new officers:

  • Board chair: Tucker Cole, president and CEO of Maine State Credit Union of Augusta and Waterville.
  • Vice chair: Joann Bisson, president and CEO of Trademark Federal Credit Union of Augusta, Portland and Scarborough.
  • Secretary: David Desjardins, president and CEO of Acadia Federal Credit Union of Fort Kent, Ashland, Bangor, Brewer, Madawaska, St. Agatha and St. Francis.
  • Treasurer: Scott Chretien, president and CEO of York County Federal Credit Union of Sanford, Biddeford, Saco and York.

Christine Devine, president and CEO of KV Federal Credit Union of Augusta and Oakland, officially joined the board at the conclusion of the meeting. She was elected to represent the Kennebec Valley Chapter of Credit Unions on the board.

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