Texans Credit Union confirmed Thursday evening that Mike Haselden had indeed announced his resignation from Texans Insurance Group to pursue another career opportunity.
The $1.7 billion credit union said Lindsay Contreras, vice president and program manager of NCIS, a division of the insurance CUSO, has also announced her resignation. Texans CU spokeswoman Jo Trizila said like Haselden, Contreras is leaving Texans Insurance to work at another company. The departure dates for both of the executives were not disclosed.
Jess Ellis has been named the new president of the CUSO, according to Gary Kirkindoll, president of Texans CUSO Partners.
"Mike and Lindsay were great assets to Texans Insurance Group and will be missed; we wish them the best in their exciting new endeavors," Kirkindoll wrote in an Oct. 29 e-mailed statement, adding "It is still business as usual and there will be no gap in day-to-day management at the agency."
Since 2007, Texans Insurance has had at least three different CEOs. The CUSO filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in September.