Keesler Federal Credit Union, TBA Credit Union and others announced new hires, promotions and awards for staff.
Christina Lethlean, NavyArmy Community CU
NavyArmy Community Credit Union in Corpus Christi, Texas, hired Christina Lethlean as its chief financial officer.
Carol Lucas, Keesler FCU
Carol Lucas has been promoted to community development manager at Keesler Federal Credit Union in Biloxi, Miss.
Kelly Schramski, TBA CU
TBA Credit Union in Traverse City, Mich., hired Kelly Schramski as the commercial loan administrator for its new commercial team.
John Slusher, Metropolitan Area Credit Union Management Association
The Metropolitan Area Credit Union Management Association honored John Slusher with its first Affiliate Lifetime Achievement Award. Slusher is a retired vice president of sales for CUNA Mutual Group.
Suzette Robinette, Hiway FCU
Suzette Robinette, member service manager at Hiway Federal Credit Union in St. Paul, Minn., was recently named to the second annual Customer Experience Movers & Shakers list by the International Customer Management Institute. The list recognizes emerging leaders who work in the customer experience space.
Defense Credit Union Council
Bobby Alexander, chairman of the Alaska USA Federal Credit Union in Anchorage; Thomas Pauley, chairman of Global Credit Union in Spokane, Wash.; and John Lockard, chairman of Navy Federal Credit Union in Vienna, Va., were all inducted into the Defense Credit Union Council's hall of fame. Pictured, left to right: Anthony Hernandez, president and CEO of Defense Credit Union Council; Pauley; Lockard; and Alexander.
Joshua Brown, Keesler FCU
Joshua Brown was promoted to vice president of retail operations at Keesler Federal Credit Union in Biloxi, Miss.
Momentum, a national design-build firm that works with credit unions and community banks, has promoted three employees. Mark Alguard was appointed president, Jenny Bengeult was named executive vice president and director of design and Colin Winters was named executive vice president and director of construction. Picture, left to right: Alguard, Bengeult and Winters.
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