St. Mary's Bank, Manchester, N.H., announced the promotions of Daryl J. Cady to executive vice president, chief operating officer and treasurer and Steven J. Macek to senior vice president, director of retail lending. Cady joined the credit union in 2006 as executive vice president and chief financial officer. In her new role, she will have more direct responsibilities for the departments reporting to her including, finance, facilities, deposit and loan operations, information technology, risk management and business-area support. Macek also joined the credit union in 2006 as vice president, retail lending manager. In his new position he will be focusing on growing consumer and mortgage loans and building strategic relationships.
St. Anne's Credit Union, Fall River, Mass., announced that Robin Vanasse has been promoted to assistant vice president of branch administration. She has been with the credit union since 1988 and has served in a variety of roles, most recently as branch coordinator. In her new position, Vanasse will perform a variety of duties relating to the administration of the credit union's branch locations. The credit union also announced that Kristin Battisti has joined as compliance officer/assistant vice president. A graduate of the University of Connecticut, Battisti is certified in regulatory compliance and has more than five years of compliance experience. In her new role, she will assume responsibility for the credit union's overall compliance in areas including savings, loans and operations.
Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union, Aberdeen, Md., announced the promotions of five employees. Robyn Mannone was promoted to vice president, retail lending. Margaret Combs was promoted to assistant vice president, information technology project manager. Tina Mike was promoted to assistant vice president, financial education. Sharon Hudler was promoted to director of support services. Cheryl Narizzano was promoted to manager, member loan center.
Corporate Central Credit Union, Muskego, Wis., announced the promotion of Jennifer Woznicki to manager of member relations. Woznicki joined the credit union in 2000 and has held positions including marketing and education director and director implementations and service support. In her new position, she will be responsible for providing leadership and oversight for member relations staff and enabling superior service to the credit union's members and future members. In addition, Woznicki will be responsible for new and future accounts and implementation of new service conversions.
Fremont Federal Credit Union, Freemont, Ohio, announced the promotion of Abby Slemmer, mortgage loan originator, to manager of its West Branch office. While managing the office, she will retain her responsibilities as mortgage originator. Slemmer joined the credit union in 2008, bringing with her many years of experience in the financial industry. She earned her MBA from Tiffin University and is involved with several local committees.
Lacamas Community Credit Union, Camas, Wash., announced that Jeri Boston, financial representative, attained the designation of chartered retirement planning counselor. The College of Financial Planning awards the designation upon completion of a study program and exam that focus on the pre- and post-retirement needs of individuals, such as health care, asset management, estate planning, beneficiary designations and more. Boston will be required to renew her designation every two years by completing additional hours of study.
Citadel, Thorndale, Pa., announced that Kevin McDermott and David Layo, both registered representatives affiliated with broker-dealer and Registered Investment Adviser CUSO Financial Services LP achieved gold and bronze pacesetter status in 2009. The award honors the top producing registered representatives among CFS's 120-plus credit union programs. McDermott, a gold pacesetter winner, has served Citadel's membership for 18 years. He was also named the winner of the CUSO pacesetter of the year award; an honor that places him at the top of a list of 315 registered representatives. Layo, a bronze pacesetter winner, has been in the financial services industry for more than 12 years and with Citadel for three years.