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financial company executive

Marie Szpiruk Cooley, Polish, American financial company executive. Member Dumka Choir, New York City, 1953-1955; vice president St. Olga's Sisterhood, Washington, 1970; instructor Ukrainian Easter Eggs White House Exhibits, 1975-1980; member committee painting inside St. Andrew's Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, Washington. Member Ukrainian Association of Washington, Smithsonian Association.

Background

Cooley, Marie Szpiruk was born on December 20, 1935 in Gnezno, Poland. Came to the United States, 1950. Daughter of Pavlo and Taisia (Bohdaniw) Szpiruk.

Education

Student, City University of New York, 1956. Student, Montgomery College, 1975. Student, American University, 1977.

Bachelor of Science, University Maryland, 1982.

Career

Purchase clerk American University, Washington, 1975-1977. Assistant internal auditor Citizens Savings Bank, Silver Spring, Maryland, 1977-1983. Assistant vice president, secretary, treasurer First Citizens Mortgage Corporation, since 1984.

President Ukrainian Washington Federal Credit Union, 1984-1986, treasurer, since 1986.

Membership

Member Dumka Choir, New York City, 1953-1955. Vice president St. Olga's Sisterhood, Washington, 1970. Instructor Ukrainian Easter Eggs White House Exhibits, 1975-1980.

Member committee painting inside St. Andrew's Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, Washington. Member Ukrainian Association of Washington, Smithsonian Association.

Connections

Married Victor Cooley, September 19, 1954. Children: George, Oleg, Paul.

father:
Pavlo Szpiruk

mother:
Taisia (Bohdaniw) Szpiruk

spouse:
Victor Cooley

child:
George Cooley

child:
Oleg Cooley

child:
Paul Cooley