PORTLAND, Ore. (5/29/14)--Jim Lumpkin, president/CEO of $72 million-asset USAgencies CU, Portland, Ore., and John Zmolek, president/CEO of $422 million-asset Verity CU, Seattle, have been named to the Northwest Credit Union Association's board of directors after their nominations for open seats were not contested.
Veteran directors Jack Fallis, president/CEO of $370 million-asset Global CU, Spokane, Wash.; and Bob Newcomb, president/CEO of $1.1 billion SELCO Community CU, Eugene, Ore., will retain their seats on the board. Their nominations also were not contested (Anthem May 28). Newcomb will continue to represent District 1, while Fallis remains the District 2 representative.
All four will begin their three-year terms immediately following the NWCUA's annual business meeting, which will be held Oct. 7 during the 2014 Amplify Convention in Spokane, Wash.
Lumpkin will represent medium asset-size credit unions. He replaces Shirley Cate, president/CEO of $122 million-asset Providence FCU, Milwaukie, Ore., who served on the Oregon Credit Union League board and the NWCUA board for many years.
Zmolek will take the place of Terry Belcoe, president/ CEO of $174 million-asset North Coast CU, Bellingham, Wash., who opted not to seek re-election to his District 8 seat after serving on the Washington Credit Union League board and the NWCUA board for seven years.