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Why you need to save the date for CU FinHealth20!

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first_imgThe San Antonio Riverwalk continue reading » We are thrilled the announce the date and location of next year’s Credit Union FinHealth20 Conference! Mark your calendars for April 27th for the 5th annual conference in San Antonio, Texas! This is a joint conference between the Foundation, California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues and the Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation.Credit Union FinHealth brings together leading experts and practitioners in financial health to discuss how credit unions are measuring their members’ financial health, working to improve it and documenting the results. The conference also explores the connections between financial health, physical health, technology and advocacy.One of the three pillars of the Foundation’s work is to Ignite understanding, passion and focus on member financial health by providing tools and resources so credit unions are recognized as national financial health leaders. This conference is a way for us to do JUST that.Understanding people’s financial health benefits members, communities and drives growth for credit unions. Financial health is the future of credit unions’ relevance in the financial services marketplace.center_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Tommy Ison – of Oldenburg

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first_imgTommy Ison, of Oldenburg, was born on June 11, 1953 in Hamilton, Ohio, a son to Everett D. and Ellen McVey Ison.  He worked at Visteon for many years and was a member of the Metamora Church of God.  Tommy enjoyed many outdoor activities, especially riding horses, hunting and fishing.  He also loved spending time with his family.  On February 14, 2020 at the age of 66, he passed away at The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, surrounded by family.Those surviving who will cherish Tommy’s memory include his caregiver and companion, Andrea Ison; four sons, Tommy E. Ison (fiancé Emily) of Batesville, Chris (Jennifer) Ison of Oldenburg, Jeremy Ison of Greensburg and Ben Ison of Oldenburg; 13 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; one brother, Wayne (Mary) Ison of Metamora; three sisters, Judy (Ron) Jolliff of Brookville, Donna Nichols of Connersville, and Sue (Herb) Halcomb of Metamora.  Also surviving are many nieces and nephews.  Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Earl Ison, and one sister, Janie Ison.Friends may visit with the family on Monday, February 17, 2020 from 4 until 8 p.m. at Metamora Church of God, 20124 US Highway 52, Laurel.  Pastor Wayne Ison will officiate the service on Tuesday at 1p.m. at the church.  Burial will follow in Cupps Chapel Cemetery.To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Tommy Ison.last_img read more

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Hughes happy to be back in action

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first_img Northern Ireland’s fifth-placed finish in World Cup 2014 qualifying may not have been what Hughes had hoped for but he signed up for another attempt and has played every minute of the team’s best ever start to a campaign. O’Neill’s team have won all three of their Euro 2016 fixtures so far, a 2-0 success over top seeds Greece on Tuesday the best result so far. “I had sort of decided that enough was enough. I was getting a little bit fed up with the same old things,” Hughes said of his retirement. “But sitting down and talking to Michael, finding out the direction he wanted the squad to go in and seeing the group of players I could see the potential there and I thought why not give it one more go. “You are a long time retired and all that. I have had no regrets since coming back. It’s been fantastic. “How can you not enjoy winning three games out of three? “I’ve always said as long as we are competing and giving ourselves a chance. That is what it’s all about. “I have never experienced winning three games at the start. I know we hadn’t won the first two qualifiers since 1968 and now we have won three which has never been done.” Hughes has played 14 times since returning to the international fold, taking his tally to 93 caps – third on the all-time list behind Pat Jennings and David Healy. Defender Aaron Hughes is delighted he was talked out of retirement by Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill. Hughes, 34, captained his country for eight years before calling time on his international career in September 2011. But O’Neill made reversing that decision his number one priority when he took over at the start of 2012 and with the help of assistant Billy McKinlay, who worked with Hughes at Fulham, persuaded him to come back on board. Should he play all of the remaining qualifiers, he will also be the first outfield player to reach a century for Northern Ireland. His experience, as well as that of his fellow senior men, is crucial but he is just as pleased by the recent form of the side’s emerging players. “One of the main things now is the mentality of the group. We are not accepting going away, putting in a good performance but not getting the result,” he said. “The quality of the younger players is so important. You still have the experience of people like myself, Gareth McAuley and Chris Baird but having the likes of Jamie Ward, Ollie Norwood, Shane Ferguson and others there is real quality. “It is looking good for the future, not just the present.” Press Associationlast_img read more

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