Keesler FCU Promotes SVP John Goff To CEO

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BILOXI, Miss. – Keesler FCU announced it has promoted John Goff, its senior vice president since 2001, to be president and CEO, succeeding long-time CEO Scott Broome, who retired June 30 as head of the $1.9 billion credit union.

As part of the management change Richard Tolar, also a senior vice president, was promoted to executive vice president/chief financial officer. Tolar joined Keesler in 1986 as vice president of accounting and moved up to senior vice president in 2001.

Goff served 34 years at the one-time credit union for Keesler Air Force base, first going to work there as a compliance officer.


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