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Woman celebrates 38 years in credit union movement
First Community Credit Union, 2701 N. Pontiac Drive, Janesville, Wis., invites you to an open house celebrating Annette Udulutch’s 38 years in the credit union movement. The open house will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 8. Cake, punch and an opportunity to reminisce with Udulutch will be featured.
Udulutch was hired Jan. 3, 1973, as an office assistant at Rock County Employees Credit Union. During her career, she has seen several changes. For several years, records were kept on a manual bookkeeping system. A major transition took place in July 1983, when the system was upgraded to an in-house computer.
In March 1978, Udulutch was promoted to president and maintained that position until the merger with First Community Credit Union in October 2011. She plans on spending part of the winter months in Florida and visiting with her grandchildren.
From the Dec. 7-13, 2011, issue