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By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Woman retires after 39 years

 

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Marsha Tynsky retires from Trona Valley Federal Credit Union after 39 years.

What started out as a two-person company, grew into a 66-person, multi-location business.

After 39 years at Trona Valley Federal Credit Union, CEO Marsha Tynsky has decided to retire.

"You don't get that opportunity anymore," Tynsky said. "To work that long. I am very privileged to have been here this long. I always say I have the best job in Sweetwater County."

Prior to moving to Sweetwater County, Tynsky worked at a bank in Omaha, Neb.

In 1976, Tynsky started as the CEO at Stauffer Big Island Federal Credit Union, which opened in 1962. Tynsky said the Stauffer Big Island FCU was located a...



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