Awards
Tuesday, 25 October 2011 09:12

Congratulation to all our Award Winners!

The 4th Annual Star Gala Awards

• Denver Community Credit Union - Community Impact Award Recipient
• Sooper Credit Union - Community Impact Award Runner Up
• Liz Luce, First Education Federal Credit Union - Volunteer of the Year, Wyoming
• Christine McClatchey, College Credit Union - Volunteer of the Year, Colorado
• Steve Higginson, Reliant Federal Credit Union - Professional of the Year, Wyoming
• Mike Williams, Colorado Credit Union - Professional of the Year, Colorado
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The HOPE Award: Helping Our People Every Day

• Arizona’s Statewide Recipient Camille Chrzanowski (Pyramid FCU)
• Pattie Rowe (Arizona State CU)
• Lisa Pattern (Altier CU)
• Angela Zarzayczny (Hughes FCU)
• Tallen Rand(TruWest CU)

The Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Recognition Award is named after the credit union Pioneer, Dora Maxwell and given to a credit union or chapter for it social responsibility projects within the community.  Congratulations to this year’s recipients:


Space Age Federal Credit Union: National First Place Award


Arizona

• $200-500 Million
      Credit Union West: Honorable Mention
      First Credit Union: Honorable Mention
      Tucson Federal Credit Union: Honorable Mention
      Arizona Central Credit union: Second Place 
      Pima Federal Credit Union: First Place

• $1 Billion plus

     Arizona State Credit Union: Second Place 
     Desert Schools Federal Credit Union: First Place

Colorado/Wyoming
• $100-200 Million 
     Space Age Federal Credit Union  First Place



The Louise Herring Award honors credit unions for programs that benefit their members by putting philosophy in action.  Congratulations to this year’s recipients:


Desert Schools Federal Credit Union: National Honorable Mention


Arizona
• $1 Billion plus

     Arizona State Credit Union: Second Place
     Desert Schools Federal Credit Union: First Place 

The Desjardin Award is named in honor of the founder of the North American credit union movement, Alphonse Desjardins and recognizes youth and adult literacy programs.  Congratulations to this year’s recipients:

Arizona
• $200-500 Million

     Tucson Federal Credit Union:  Second Place 
     Credit Union West:  First Place Adult Award
     Pima Federal Credit Union:  First Place Youth Award

Colorado/Wyoming
• $50-150 Million
      Arapahoe Credit Union  First Place, Desjardins, Youth Award
• $150-500 Million
      Denver Community Credit Union First Place,   Desjardins, Adult Award

*All First Place statewide award winners were sent to the Credit Union National Association for National Judging and will be presented at the March 2012 Governmental Affairs Conference.