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GHS FCU Introduces New CEO

A SUNY Binghamton graduate has returned to the area to lead a local financial institution.
A SUNY Binghamton graduate has returned to the area to lead a local financial institution.

Howie Meller took over as President and CEO of GHS Federal Credit Union in September. He recently took time to visit each of GHS's three branches to meet some of its members. About $15,000 people belong to GHS which has roughly $140 million in assets. Meller says he's excited to be back in Greater Binghamton because of its strong sense of community.

"The team that we have working for us are really dedicated to the people that we take care of, our members. It's a much different feel and a much nicer feel than anyplace that I've ever been in before," said Meller.

GHS was originally started in 1941 as a credit union for employees at the Binghamton Psychiatric Hospital. Today, anyone who lives, works, worships or goes to school in Broome, Tioga or Chenango Counties can join.
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