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Numerica Credit Union main office named after Dennis Cutter

The retirement party last week for Numerica Credit Union President & CEO Dennis Cutter came with an additional bit of flattery.

During the event, a sign on the credit union headquarters building was revealed. It said: Dennis A. Cutter Administration Building.

Cutter is completing 40 years of working for Numerica, nearly all of them as CEO. The party was attended by roughly 150 past and present employees, and guests.

Board President Dave Shriver presented the unveiling by saying, “It’s fitting that this building, with its sturdy foundation, be named after the person who was the foundation of Numerica’s success over the last 40 years.”

“I never would have imagined this. I had no idea. I’m speechless,” Cutter said. 

The building and credit union main office is at 10618 E. Sprague in Spokane Valley.

Photo of Dennis Cutter, courtesy of Numerica Credit Union.


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