KeyPoint CU's Kramer Announces Retirement
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – KeyPoint Credit Union on Thursday said Tim Kramer, its longtime president and CEO, will retire on March 31, 2012.
At the time of his retirement, Kramer will have been KeyPoint’s CEO for 26 years, and only the second CEO in the credit union’s history. During his tenure, KeyPoint (formerly known as AEA Credit Union) has grown to $750 million in assets from $60 million.
Kramer served on the board for shared branching network FSCC for 10 years, including one term as chairman. He also has been active with CUES, Filene Research Institute and is a former board member at WesCorp.
Prior to joining KeyPoint CU, Kramer served as president and CEO of Space Age FCU and IBM Rocky Mountain Employees FCU (now Premier Members FCU), both located in Colorado. He began his credit union career in 1973 at Frontier Airlines FCU.