Susan Brayman, long-time executive vice president of the Colorado Credit Union League, has died, the Mountain West Credit Union Association (MWCUA) announced.
“Sue always stayed focused on what was best for credit unions and their members, said Scott Earl, MWCUA president/CEO. “She was a friend and mentor and will be greatly missed.
Brayman, who started with Colorado league in 1973, is believed to be the first woman vice president of a credit union league in the country. She directed the growth of the Colorado league’s service corporation to a $14 million organization. Sue also served on several national committees and initiatives for CUNA and the American Association of Credit Union Leagues.
Sue spearheaded the creation of the Colorado Credit Union Foundation, the forerunner to today’s Mountain West Credit Union Foundation. “She saw a need and worked to make the Foundation a reality,” Earl added. “Her heart was always focused on helping people.”