ACCESS Federal Credit Union promotes Murrock to chief information officer – About Your Online Magazine


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Michael Murrock was promoted to chief information officer for ACCESS Federal Credit Union. Murrock has 35 years of experience in the areas of banks and credit unions. He holds a BA from St. Bonaventure University and joined Credit Union in 1996 as an information systems manager, where he was responsible for computer system management, shared draft processing and ACH operations. During that time, Murrock implemented and transitioned the credit union to a new, state-of-the-art banking software application. In 2001, he was promoted to vice president of operations in recognition of his efforts to advance the credit union’s operations and information systems. In his new position, Murrock will continue to oversee the credit union’s technology infrastructure and information systems.

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O Central Valley Central School District Foundation announces first quarter faculty and staff recipients. They are: Courtney Crim, Assistant to the library teacher at Barringer Road Elementary School; Holly Markwardt, Fisher Elementary School library professor assistant; and Stephanie Szratter, fourth grade teacher at Barringer Road Primary School. Community members who wish to nominate a faculty or staff member for quarterly recognition can find the nomination form at www.cvalleycsdfoundation.org or on the Central Valley Central School District Foundation Facebook page.

Paula Fonseca