New Kansas credit union administrator confirmed, Governor appoints Wilmoth to CU council

Updated 4.29.22

The Kansas Senate formally confirmed Julie Murray as the new administrator of the Kansas Department of Credit Unions (KDCU) on April 27. The Senate voted 39-1 to approve Murray to serve the remainder of the current four-year term, which runs until December 31, 2025. The KDCU regulates all state-chartered credit unions operating in Kansas.

Murray has more than 18 years of financial institution management experience, including three years as a financial examiner with KDCU. Prior to that, she worked 13 years as a branch manager and compliance specialist for Azura Credit Union. She also worked three years as banking center manager for Bank of America and as a customer service officer with Sunflower Bank.

Vickie Hurt, who has served as KDCU administrator since November 2020, will assist as a consultant during the transition.

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announced the appointment of Kevin Wilmoth, president/CEO of Skyward Credit Union in Wichita, to the Kansas Credit Union Council. The Council acts as an advisory board to the KDCU administrator.


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Sen. Jeff Longbine with Stephanie Mullholland and Julie Murray following Murray’s Senate confirmation hearing.