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Elevations Credit Union, Hanscom Federal Credit Union and others have recently announced personnel changes.
Nathan Saller, America's Credit Union Museum
Nathan Saller, president and chief operating officer of Bellwether Community Credit Union in Manchester, N.H., was named to the board of directors for America's Credit Union Museum. Saller will become CEO of Bellwether in October.
Ron McLean, America’s Credit Union Museum
Ron McLean, president and CEO of the Cooperative Credit Union Association, was named to the board of directors for America's Credit Union Museum.
Stewart Olewiler, III, First Capital FCU
First Capital Federal Credit Union in York, Pa., honored Stewart Olewiler, III for his 30 years of service on its board of directors. Pictured left to right: Olewiler, board chairman; and Sue DeStephano, president and CEO of First Capital.
Chris Coley, Elevations CU
Chris Coley was hired by Elevations Credit Union in Boulder, Colo., as a mortgage loan officer serving northern Colorado, including Fort Collins.
Melissa Cotton, Elevations CU
Melissa Cotton has joined Elevations Credit Union in Boulder, Colo., as a mortgage loan officer serving the Boulder market.
Michael Chandler, Hanscom FCU
Hanscom Federal Credit Union, located on Hanscom Air Force Base, has hired Michael Chandler, who is a former employee of the credit union, as its first vice president of learning and development.
Derek Hebert, University CU
University Credit Union in Orono, Maine, has promoted Derek Hebert, a branch manager, to business lending officer.
Sharon Birchall, Align CU
Align Credit Union in Lowell, Mass., has hired Sharon Birchall as a vice president on the business development team.
Jodie Kitchell, United FCU
Jodie Kitchell was named as regional market development manager for United Federal Credit Union in St. Joseph, Mich.
As COVID-19 infections break records nationwide, some banks are once again closing lobbies. But many others are maintaining the status quo after instituting a host of safety protocols that didn’t exist in the spring.
The agency said federal thrifts must abide by the same rules as national banks pertaining to membership in payment systems and codified policies on acceptable derivatives practices among a slew of technical changes.
Hospitality sector credits are coming out of forbearance just as coronavirus cases surge. Restructurings and charge-offs could mount unless vaccine distribution happens quickly enough to jump-start travel by mid-2021.