Eleven barred from future FI service by orders of credit union regulator

Eleven former credit union employees, two from the same credit union in Michigan and two from the same credit union in Indiana, were barred from future participation in the affairs of any federally insured financial institution under prohibition orders and notices issued in February, the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) announced Friday.

The prohibition orders and notices posted by NCUA provide the following:

  • Aisha Shuri Koehler, a former employee of Advia Credit Union, Parchment, Mich., was sentenced on the charge of embezzlement.
  • Phillip Andree Williams, Jr., a former employee of Advia Credit Union, Parchment, Mich., was sentenced on the charge of embezzlement.
  • Briege Marie Gish, a former employee of Notre Dame Federal Credit Union, Notre Dame, Ind., was sentenced on the charge of misapplication of monies by a federal credit union employee.
  • Casey Lamar Harper, a former employee of Notre Dame Federal Credit Union, Notre Dame, Ind., was sentenced on the charge of theft.
  • Brianna Bates Gurley, a former employee of AOD Federal Credit Union, Oxford, Ala., was sentenced on the charge of embezzlement by a credit union employee.
  • Josephine Crowe, a former employee of Louisville Metro Police Officers Credit Union, Louisville, Ky., was sentenced on charges of financial institution fraud and aggravated identity theft.
  • Samuel Davalos, Jr., a former employee of MyPoint Credit Union, San Diego, Calif., was sentenced on the charge of bank fraud.
  • Merrideth Christina McMillian, a former Singing River Federal Credit Union, Moss Point, Miss., was sentenced on the charge of embezzlement.
  • Nicole Obermeyer, a former employee of EM Federal Credit Union, Mesa, Ariz., (barred under a consent order), without authorization generated and cashed checks drawn on members’ accounts, and withdrew cash from members’ accounts without their knowledge, and used the cash for her own purposes.
  • Sandra Santay, a former employee of Lakeside Federal Credit Union, Hammond, Ind. (for activities not detailed in the disclosed consent order).
  • Suzanne Silva, a former employee of Winthrop-University Hospital Employees Federal Credit Union, Mineola, N.Y., was sentenced on the charge of embezzlement.

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