First Source Federal Credit Union, New Hartford, N.Y., announced that it added two new members to its volunteer teams. Dean Kelly, president of JAY-K Lumber was appointed to an open position on the board of directors. Gregory Eisenhut, chief operations officer of Mohawk Valley Economic Development District, was appointed to the supervisory committee. Both Kelly and Eisenhut have years of business experience in the community.
Tower Federal Credit Union, Laurel, Md., announced that Martin Breland, president/CEO, was elected to serve a three-year term as an at-large member on the board of directors of the Maryland and D.C. Credit Union Association. Breland has been president/CEO of Tower FCU since 1994. He joined the credit union 1988 and has held the positions of vice president of finance and vice president of member services.
Keesler Federal Credit Union, D'Iberville, Miss., announced that branch manager Vicki Bush has been promoted to assistant vice president of operations. Bush has 16 years of experience at Keesler. Connie Ziz replaced Bush as branch manager of the D'Iberville branch. Ziz transferred from the Larcher branch where she was branch manager. Gary Fulton was named branch manager of Keesler's Larcher branch. Fulton previously worked as a financial adviser at CUNA Mutual.
Aggieland Credit Union, College Station, Texas, announced the appointment of Jason Goodman as a new vice president. Goodman has been with Aggieland Credit Union for 12 years and was previously the assistant vice president of member services.
Dane County Credit Union, Madison, Wis., announced that two of its board members were re-elected. Virginia Kominiak and Rod Holden were re-elected to serve three-year terms on the board of directors. Kominiak current serves as secretary of the board and has served on the board since 1973. Holden has served on the board since 2006.
Summit Credit Union, Madison, Wis., announced that four employees celebrated 20 years of service at the credit union. Diane Czerwonka, Wayne Johnson, Mary Maerz and Debby Morfey all started working at Summit in 1989. Czerwonka started as a member service representative and is now assistant vice president of operations support. Johnson started as an account specialist and is now assistant vice president of finance. Maerz started as a loan processor and is now a card services specialist. Morfey is an accountant at Summit and has performed nearly all of the processes in the department during her tenure.
Advance Financial Federal Credit Union, Schererville, Ind., announced that it promoted Yvette Williams to lending service representative. Williams joined the staff at Advance Federal in 2006 as a teller and quickly moved up to lead teller.
Red Canoe Credit Union, Longview, Wash., announced that Rich Wilson has been promoted to chief financial officer. Wilson was previously vice president of accounting. Wilson has worked at Red Canoe since 2001. He fills the position that was vacated by David Spaulding when he was promoted to president/CEO of the credit union.
Redwood Credit Union, Santa Rosa, Calif., announced that Todd Cook and Susan McMenomey were both named to branch manager positions. Cook is manager of the Windsor branch and McMenomey is manager of the Ukiah branch. Cook has worked at Redwood since 2005 and most recently served as assistant branch manager at the Petaluma branch. McMenomey has worked at Redwood for over eight years and most recently served as assistant branch manager at the Rohnert Park branch.
Credit Union of Colorado, Denver, announced that Kamela Pancroft is its new vice president of human resources and training. In this newly formed position, Pancroft is responsible for the implementation and overall strategic direction of the credit union's human resources division. Pancroft has over 20 years of experience in human resources. Prior to coming to Credit Union of Colorado, Pancroft was the director of human resources at HIS in Englewood, Colo.
Premier Members Federal Credit Union, Boulder, Colo., announced the promotion Iam McHenry to director of collections. McHenry has been at Premier Members for five years and was previously a collections specialist. McHenry started at the credit union as a teller.