MADISON, Wis. (2/5/14)--Credit unions continue to make leadership changes as new CEOs come on board and others announce they are leaving the movement. In Harrisburg, Pa., Belco Community CU announced Amey Sgrignoli was appointed president/CEO Jan. 1 and will replace Lonny Maurer when he retires in early 2015. Sgrignoli joined the $388 million-asset credit union in 2004. The credit union's succession plan has allowed her to work alongside retiring Executive Vice President Charlie DelMarcelle and Maurer, the latter who has been with Belco Community for more than 40 years. In Menomonie, Wis., Greg Lentz announced he would be retiring from WESTconsin CU July 31. Lentz is the credit union's third CEO in its 75-year history. Lora Benrud, the current chief financial officer for the $859 million-asset credit union, will succeed Lentz (The Dunn County News Jan. 31). The chief operating officer of Maple Grove, Minn.'s TopLine FCU, Tom Smith, is replacing retiring CEO Harry Carter. Smith has been with the $341 million-asset credit union since 2008 (Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Jan. 28). Dover-Phila FCU President/CEO David Andreatta retired Friday after nearly 39 years with the $348 million-asset credit union. When he started, Andreatta was only the second manager of the Dover, Ohio, credit union. He is succeeded by Jack Dooling, vice president of operations (Times Reporter Feb. 2). Robert Andrade, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Pawtucket (R.I.) CU, is retiring after 42 years of service to the $1.5 million-asset credit union (Daily Scan Feb. 4) . . .