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Connexus : Issue 38
www.abacus.org.au 65 Connexus Honouring pioneers, luminaries and leaders Inrecognition that individuals contribute in different ways to their credit union, the industry and ultimately the Australian community as a whole, the Hall of Honour has three categories of inductee: Pioneer, Luminary and Leader. Pioneer is the highest level of recognition. Those eligible for induction include currently serving CEOs and board members as well as those who have retired or are about to retire. Among other forms of acknowledgment, inductees will have their name etched on the Roll of Honour board and be invited as a guest of honour to the CUFA cocktail party at the Abacus AM Institute annual Convention in their year of nomination. CUFA can also confer posthumous recognition. The Hall of Honour reflects the industry’s rich history of achievement spanning well over a century. With credit unions and building societies now ser ving about 4.5 million Australians, it is a significant tribute to the remarkable men and women whose hard work, initiative and commitment deserve to be remembered in perpetuity and will continue to have an impact for many decades to come. Has someone made an outstanding contribution to your credit union that is worthy of recognition? For more information about nominations, email Stephanie Brown at email@example.com or phone (02) 8299 9068. CUFA is calling for nominations for its new Hall of Honour to record, celebrate and pay homage to people who have made outstanding contributions to the Australian credit union industry. Two of the pioneers of the credit union movement in Australia, Kevin Yates (left) and Tom Kelly.