So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodnight

All good things must end. That doesn't mean they'll be forgotten. Find 22 credit unions that, whether by merger, attrition, or mysterious circumstances, turned off the lights in 2016.

It’s a weird day here at the Last Word laboratories. All good things must end, and after five-and-a-half years of offering puzzles, rebuses, word searches, and general mayhem, we’re turning off the lights in the lab.

As a final bow, we’d like to celebrate and acknowledge some of the other institutions that have left the credit union community in 2016. Whether it be via merger, attrition, or mysterious circumstances, these credit unions have also turned off thelights. Find them below it’s the only place they exist anymore.

Ta ta, Dear Readers.

Editor’s Note: The fourth quarter issue of Credit Union Strategy & Performance also marks the last contribution of Leigh Anne Terry as an employee of Callahan & Associates. As the director of talent development, Leigh Anne has helped Callahan find the best associates to serve you, our readers, as well as the credit union industry for the past decade. We’ll miss here greatly but revel in the knowledge that she is taking a love of the movement with her when she leaves.

March 31, 2017

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