For release: November 8, 2004
Contact: Kathy Dibling, 215-574-4119
PHILADELPHIA - The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has appointed several business leaders to serve on its Credit Union Council for three-year terms beginning this year. The 12-member council advises Federal Reserve officials about regional business conditions and economic issues that have an impact on the marketplace.
Maurice Dawkins is president and CEO of American Spirit Federal Credit Union, Newark, Del. He has a bachelor's degree in accounting from Thomas College, Watersville, Maine.
James E. Everhart, Jr., is president and CEO of Louviers Federal Credit Union, Newark, Del. He is board chairman of the Delaware Credit Union League, New Castle, Del., and serves on the board of the DELCU Financial Services. Everhart also is a member of the Credit Union Executive Society, Madison, Wis. He received an MBA from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Ill.
Dorothy A. Fox is president and CEO of Northeastern Pennsylvania Community Federal Credit Union, Stroudsburg, Pa. She studied business at East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, Pa.
Larry D. Miller is the president and CEO of Mennonite Financial Federal Credit Union, Lancaster, Pa. He serves on the board of the Pennsylvania Credit Union Shared Services Centers Inc. and on the advisory board of Aurum Technology Inc. He is a board member of The Mennonite Magazine. He has a bachelor's degree from Iowa State University.
Larry L. Stoner is president and CEO of Susquehanna Federal Credit Union, Camp Hill, Pa. He has a bachelor's degree in education from Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, Pa., and a master's degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Edwin L. Williams is president and CEO of Discovery Federal Credit Union, Wyomissing, Pa. He serves on the board of the Greater Berks Food Bank, Reading. Williams has a bachelor's degree in accounting from King's College, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and he is a CPA.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia serves depository institutions in eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware. The Bank supplies cash to the banks and thrifts, supervises them, collects and processes about 5 million checks daily, wires money and securities nationwide, and participates in the broader objective of setting monetary policy.