Washington CUs descend upon Spokane

After giving a talk about Bringing Your CU into World 2.0 to the Credit Union Association of Oregon in Tigard, I flew up to Spokane to join the festivities at the Washington CU League’s annual convention. Upon checking in at the conference hotel, I immediately recognized Trey Reeme of Trabian and OpenSource CU in the hotel lobby, and said hi before he had to go prepare for his talk the following morning. Trey let me know that Robbie Wright was still up and about, and so I also got to finally meet him in person, as well as fellow Trabian, Brent Dixon. Also in the mix were Matt Vance, Marketing Director for Industrial CU, David Bennett, Director of Public Relations for the league, Benny Haagen, Director of Lending for Educational Community CU in Everett, and Gaye White, Branch Manager at Peninsula Community Federal CU on the Olympic Peninsula.

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2 Responses to “Washington CUs descend upon Spokane”

  1. Trey Reeme Says:

    I blame you for Brent having glazed-over eyes from staying up too late that night πŸ˜‰

    Was great to finally meet you in person, Morriss! We’ve got to hang out more often!

  2. Morriss Partee Says:

    I kept asking Brent if he needed to be helping you and/or sleeping, and he said that you had it covered and that he was fine. πŸ™‚ I am incredulous that not only was he functional the next morning, he actually did well with your prez. πŸ˜‰
    And yes, would love to hang out more often. Look us up the next time you are out this way (we’re pretty central to all of the New England states plus NY isn’t too far), and likewise the next time I’m in Indy.

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