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Father Ganey was born in 1904 in Illinois, USA. He was a Jesuit Priest and very influential in the credit union movement around the world including in Australia. He entered the Society of Jesus
Recently we have been looking at some of the courageous groups that started credit unions in the 1990s – a time when conventional wisdom said it was a bad idea. While they each were only short-lived,
Gary Lewis described Francis Leo (Lee) Nash as a “pioneer” of the Australian credit union movement in his ground-breaking study, People Before Profit: The Credit Union Movement in Australia (1996). A
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