GECU

AcronymDefinition
GECUGovernment Employees' Credit Union
GECUGulf Employees Credit Union (Texas)
GECUGeneral Electric Credit Union (est. 1954; various locations)
GECUGeriatric Extended Care Unit (US VA)
GECUGas Engine Control Unit (marine engines)
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Danielle Brooks, who is listed as the current GECU CEO, did not return CU Times phone calls and an email seeking clarifications and comments by Thursday's deadline.
Credit union GECU announced on Tuesday the selection of the technology of NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR), a provider of consumer transaction technologies, to bring convenient, intuitive and easy-to-use services across both its digital and physical channels.
In addition to typical teller transactions, GECU will offer account opening and virtual lending services through the Interactive Teller platform.
GECU has understood the relationship of call monitoring and improving member interactions for a long time, implementing their first recording system back in 2001.
The message states that the GECU is "not open to take your savings dollars at our branch" but urges consumers to sign up online.
The $1.7 billion GECU of El Paso, Texas, just selected GECU Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Crystal Long to succeed President/CEO Harriet May following her retirement on March 31.
The credit union community is also losing Harriet May, longtime CEO of $1.8 billion GECU in a couple of short months.
The credit unions that brought original actions included the 11,000-member, $130 million Matadors Community Credit Union, headquartered in Chatsworth, Calif.; the $1.8 billion, 303,000-member GECU headquartered in El Paso, Texas; and the $1.6 million, 151,000-member Mid-Florida Credit Union, headquartered in Lakeland, Fla.
"I learned about this 48 hours ago and is so unfortunate," said May, who also is president/CEO of GECU of El Paso.
GECU, El Paso, Texas, announced the winner of its Savings Challenge competition, in which six participants committed to becoming financially educated, lessening their debt, building savings and maintaining a budget.
These new board members are Ed Williams, president/CEO Discovery FCU, Wyomissing, Pa.; Wendell Lyons, president/CEO of the Kentucky Credit Union League; Maurice Smith, CEO at Local Government FCU, Raleigh, N.C.; Jeff York, president/CEO of Coasthills FCU, Lompoc, Calif.; and Harriet May, the current CUNA chairman and president/CEO of GECU, El Paso, Texas.