League President Dan Egan to retire in December
Daniel F. Egan, Jr., president of the Massachusetts Credit Union League, New Hampshire Credit Union League, and the Credit Union Association of Rhode Island, officially announced that he will retire on December 31, 2013. Egan will be retiring as the President and CEO of these three trade groups as well as New England Credit Union Services, the jointly owned firm which manages and provides services to the three trade associations.
Massachusetts Credit Union League Chairman, David Surface, who is the President of St. Jean’s Credit Union in Lynn, MA, indicated that Egan will be greatly missed, “We have been truly fortunate to have an individual of Dan’s caliber leading our association’s for more than thirty years. He has been many things to many people in our credit union community: a leader, an innovator, a consensus builder, and a trusted advisor, to name a few.” He went on to say, “Fortunately, he has constructed a tremendous foundation and we are confident that his successor will build on the many accomplishments we have seen under Dan’s leadership.”
A committee made up of members of the boards from the three states has selected O’Rourke & Associates, a consulting firm headquartered in South San Francisco, CA, to conduct the search. The firm will begin recruiting immediately. Individuals who are interested in inquiring about the position should contact, Mike Juratovac, chief executive officer of O’Rourke & Associates.
Reflecting on his 32-year career in the credit union movement, Egan stated, “It’s been a true privilege to assist the credit unions in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island in their mission to provide outstanding financial services. I’m proud to have had a part in this great cooperative effort to improve the financial lives of working families.”