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Brief | New KCU supervisory committee members

 

Pete Schlicher and Gerda Oostman are two new appointees of Kitsap Credit Union's supervisory committee.

Schlicher, a former vice president of Harrison Medical Center, has served as a board member and past president for several non-profit organizations prior to his appointment at KCU.

Oostman, with her professional background as administrator at Stanford University, holds a bachelor's degree in organizational behavior.

KCU members also voted to re-elect Wendy Johnson as chairperson while promoting board member Mary Lou Addy to vice chair.

Board members are selected by member vote and serve as non-paid representatives for member interests.

Kitsap Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative serving members of 80,000 people from 17 local branch offices. Membership is open to those who live and work in Washington state. For more information, visit kitsapcu.org.

 

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