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Credit Union 24 re-elects chairman.

Credit Union 24's member credit unions have reelected the organization's chairman.

The board chose Mansel Guerry for a second term as chairman as well as Chris Leggett, vice chairman, and Bradley Blake, secretary/treasurer.

"The re-election of these gentlemen by our shareholders reflects their confidence in the direction that Credit Union 24 has taken during the past twelve months, and the board's decision to keep its leadership intact will help maintain that direction in the future," said Jim Park, president and CEO of Credit Union 24.

"The network has experienced tremendous growth in participants and the portfolio of financial services we provide under the leadership of the executive committee and board of directors. We look forward to the coming term in which our network will continue to grow and implement new financial products and services." Guerry is president of Mississippi Employees Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Ridgeland, Miss., and was elected treasurer and vice-chairman of Credit Union 24's founding board of directors in 1998.

Leggett is president/CEO of LGE Community Credit Union, Marietta, Ga.

Blake is president/CEO of Florida State University Credit Union, Tallahassee.
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