GPVFCUGeorgia Power Valdosta Federal Credit Union
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While she was employed at the $22 million GPVFCU from February 2008 to November 2011 as an operations manager, Yawn had access to the cooperative's computer system, which enabled her to make changes to the accounting books.
To avoid detection by the credit union and outside auditors, prosecutors said, Yawn occasionally posted large fraudulent deposits in GPVFCU accounts to make it appear that the credit union had more funds on hand than it actually did.
Jones, president/CEO of GPVFCU, declined to comment when contacted by CU Times.