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River trust Federal Credit Union’s Hood inducted into Hall of Fame

Lydia Hood

Rivertrust Federal Credit Union Board Secretary Lydia Hood has been inducted into the Mississippi Credit Union Hall of Fame. Created in 1993, the Mississippi Credit Union Hall of Fame is the state’s highest credit union honor, recognizing individuals who have devoted their life to the philosophy and success of credit unions at the local, state or national level.

Hood began her service at Rivertrust Federal Credit Union in 1984. She has served on numerous committees throughout the years, and currently serves as board secretary, a position which she has held for 24 years.
During her tenure, the credit union has grown from $9 million in assets to $176 million.

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