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Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union and Service Credit Union all tapped new vice presidents of marketing, plus more news about other new hires and promotions for a variety of position at credit unions all across the country.
Wendy Bryant-Beswick , Service CU
Service Credit Union, Portsmouth, N.H., appointed Wendy Bryant-Beswick as vice president of marketing.
Kathy Scarbrough, Army Aviation Center FCU
Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union, Daleville, Ala., named Kathy Scarbrough as vice president of marketing.
Eldon Tilley, Fort Knox FCU
Fort Knox Federal Credit Union, Radcliff, Ky., named Eldon Tilley as vice president of marketing.
Rebecca Dopart, National CU Foundation
The National Credit Union Foundation named Rebecca Dopart as director of philanthropy.
Ron Vogel, Fort Community CU
Ron Vogel, president/CEO of Fort Community Credit Union, Fort Atkinson, Wis., has retired from the board of directors of Corporate Central Credit Union, Muskego, Wis.
Val Mindak, Park City CU
Corporate Central Credit Union, Muskego, Wis., appointed Val Mindak, president/CEO of Park City Credit Union, Merrill, Wis., to its board of directors.
Sonia Ordenes White, Northwest FCU
Northwest Federal Credit Union, Herndon, Va., hired Sonia Ordenes White as senior vice president of talent management and development.
Lisa Bateman, Greater Texas CU
Greater Texas Credit Union, Austin, Texas, promoted Lisa Bateman to vice president-consumer lending.
Heather Moshier, CU Engage
Heather Moshier (flanked by the two founders, James Guild and Jenn Addabbo) joined CU Engage as director of technology consulting.
Lisa Kazee, Ent CU
Ent Credit Union, Colorado Springs, Colo., promoted Lisa Kazee to director of sales and service culture.
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Branda Gilmore, CU Service Network
CU Service Network LLC named Branda Gilmore as chief financial officer.
Jamie Perry, COCC
COCC named Jamie L. Perry as manager of corporate risk management.
First Horizon, TCF and Webster are among the banks eyeing efficiency initiatives that could include more branch closings, layoffs and reduction of office space. Expect others to follow suit as low rates and tepid loan demand tied to the pandemic pressure revenue.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s latest report on the industry’s health had positive news about the earnings recovery last quarter, but it also showed that low interest rates amid continuing economic uncertainty are putting downward pressure on asset yields.