RIA Federal Credit Union annual meeting


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Posted Online: April 18, 2013, 10:07 am
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Press release submitted by RIA Federal Credit Union


Credit Union Annual Meeting

RIA Federal Credit Union held their 78th Annual Meeting on April 5, at the Best Western Steeplegate Inn in Davenport, Iowa. At the meeting,Larry Coverstone, Ted Olson and Anthony Sconyers were eachre-elected to serve three-year terms on the Board of Directors.

Other directors for 2012 include: Jack Boccarossa, Richard Burns, Robert Henderson, Linda Miller, Richard Hochstetler and Arun Pillutla.

RIA Federal Credit Union is a full service financial institution serving over 37,000 military and civilian members at eleven office locations in Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin.



















 



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