49, of Massachusetts, formerly of Bayonne, passed away on August 30, 2017 at Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation – Highlander Hospice in Fall River, Massachusetts after a lengthy battle with Leukemia. Ryan was born on August 6, 1968, living in Bayonne most of his life, where he attended Bayonne’s Grammar and High School. He was a member of the Bayonne Kidets and the Bayonne Bridgeman Drum and Bugle Corps. He was employed by Haddad Brands in Bayonne. After relocating to Green Brook, NJ, he was employed by Acme Supermarkets and Coilhose Pneumatics Inc, Middlesex County, where he worked until relocating to the State of Massachusetts where he then worked for Pizza Hut and various other establishments. Ryan was predeceased by his brother, Fred Mitchell Jr. and his step-father Daniel Sarnoski. Ryan is survived by his mother Mrs. Rosia (Belle) Mitchell Sarnoskim, his daughters Tiara McClain and Merissa Baker. Also survived by his niece Janelle Lee-Laurie, his aunt, uncles, cousins and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral arrangements by MIGLIACCIO Funeral Home, 851 Kennedy Blvd.
Conscious regard for the facts tells us that fintechs and big banks are innovating at a rate that far exceeds credit unions, primarily in the areas of channel integration and data delivery. But with a commitment to strategic transitions and renewed focus on the member journey, credit unions can overcome any gaps in top technology trends, and even use it to their advantage.What Are the Top Four Tech Trends Credit Unions Face in 2020?Digital Experience When you think of the sum total of digital interactions between a member and your credit union, what is the resulting impression that member walks away with? In other words, how does your credit union’s messaging, personal banking functionality and branding appear on a PC, tablet or mobile phone? Aside from discovering your own honest answers to those questions, it is important to remember that digital experience is no longer just part of a strategy: it is an assumed part of delivery! continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi gave the green light yesterday that married players could go to the World Cup with their wives but ruled out single players going with their girlfriends.Speaking at the Tom Tom Roundtable Tuesday, Keshi said that WAGs – Wives and Girlfriends are good for the players but would not tolerate girlfriends in Brazil.‘’In any civilized country, WAGs are always allowed to accompany their husbands to the World Cup. In 9994, Westerhof allowed us go with our wives. Married men in the Eagles can go with their wives but there will be no room for girlfriends’’, he said as many single girls in the audience protested mildly.