Cincinnati’s New Horizons CU Names CU Vet New CEO

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CINCINNATI – New Horizons CU said its president LeRoy Wilder is retiring April 1 and will be succeeded by Gary Hesse, chief financial officer of nearby Cintel FCU, as president and CEO of the $50 million credit union.

Cintel, where Hesse also served as director of information technology, is a $65 million credit union.

“After a national search, my fellow directors and I are very pleased that Hesse is joining our organization,” said Sheila Shy, chairman of the New Horizons board. “His knowledge of the local market will allow our organization to continue to grow and service our more than 7,000 members.”


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