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N.Y. league announces board election results

June 23, 2014

ALBANY, N.Y. (6/24/14)--The Credit Union Association of New York announced the results of its board elections during its recently completed annual meeting in Saratoga, N.Y.

The Credit Union Association of New York board of directors, front row, from left: Laurie Baker, chair and senior vice president/chief operating officer, The Summit FCU, Rochester; Alfred Frosolone, president/CEO, Niagara's Choice FCU, Niagara Falls; and Marie Betti, CEO/treasurer of Western New York FCU, West Seneca. Back row, from left: Michael Tobler, president/CEO, Albany (N.Y.) Firemen's FCU; Robyn Young, president/CEO, Great Erie FCU, Orchard Park; Barbara Dillon, president/CEO of SUNY Geneseo (N.Y.) FCU;  Ann Hynes, president/CEO of St. Pius X Church FCU, Rochester; Randy Martin, president/CEO of Dannemora FCU, Plattsburgh, N.Y.; John C. Gibardi, president/CEO, Entertainment Industries FCU, New York;  and Mark Pfisterer, president/CEO of AmeriCU CU, Rome. Louis Jimenez, CEO/treasurer of Montauk CU, New York, is not pictured.  (Credit Union Association of New York photo)

Four board seats were contested and voted on during this year's statewide election, and each director will serve a three-year term.

Randy Martin, president/CEO of Dannemora FCU, Plattsburgh, N.Y., with $141 million in assets, was newly elected to the association's board in the asset category of more than $100 million.Directors were re-elected in the following asset-size categories:

  • Up to $25 million in assets: Barbara Dillon, president/CEO, SUNY Geneseo (N.Y.) FCU, with $5 million in assets; 
  • $25 million to $100 million in assets: Marie Betti, CEO/treasurer, Western New York FCU, West Seneca, with $40 million in assets; and
  • More than $100 million in assets: Louis Jimenez, CEO/treasurer, Montauk CU, New York, with $162 million in assets.

The board also elected the following officers:

  • Chair: Laurie Baker, senior vice president/chief operating officer, The Summit FCU, Rochester, with $727 million in assets;
  • Vice chair: Mark Pfisterer, president/CEO, AmeriCU CU, Rome, with $1.2 billion in assets;
  • Treasurer: Betti; and
  • ecretary: Ann Hynes, president/CEO, St. Pius X Church FCU, Rochester, with $69 million in assets.

Rounding out the 11-member board were:

  • John C. Gibardi, president/CEO, Entertainment Industries FCU, New York, with $13 million in assets;
  • Michael Tobler, president/CEO, Albany (N.Y.) Firemen's FCU, with $13 million in assets;
  • Alfred Frosolone, president/CEO, Niagara's Choice FCU, Niagara Falls, with $137 million in assets; and
  • Robyn Young, president/CEO, Great Erie FCU, Orchard Park, with $72 million in assets.