First Capital Federal Credit Union, York, Pa., announced the hiring of Stanley Moore as the vice president of information technology. Moore brings nearly 30 years of technology and management experience to the credit union. Most recently, he was the interim director of technology for the Susquehanna Township School District.
First Citizens' Federal Credit Union, Fairhaven, Mass., announced the promotions of Maureen Sylvia to assistant vice president, loan operations and Evelyn Vieira to assistant treasurer, consumer lending administrator. The credit union also announced that Eleanor Weller, Cape Area mortgage originator, received the ambassador of the year award by the Cape Cod Canal Region Chamber of Commerce.
DATCU Credit Union, Denton, Texas, dedicated its newly remodeled board room to former board member Mary S. Thibodeaux at its 74th annual meeting. Thibodeaux joined the board in 1991, serving in every position from secretary to chairman until her death in 2007. Her husband, Alton Thibodeaux, who also served on the board of directors, was present at the dedication ceremony.
Share One Credit Union, Memphis, Tenn., announced that Robert Michael, president/CEO of CORE CU in Statesboro, Ga., Roger Early, president/CEO of Northern Star CU in Portsmouth, Va., and Chuck Bumbarger, president/CEO of University CU in Los Angeles, will serve on the CUSO's board of directors. While Early and Bumbarger were re-elected to their seats that were open due to term limits, Michael will fill the seat vacated by retired board member Charlie Carpenter.
Redstone Federal Credit Union, Huntsville, Ala., announced the election of board members. Charles L. Ray Jr., Dorothy Huston, and Steve Fisher were elected to three year terms on the volunteer board of directors.
BayPort Credit Union, Newport News, Va., announced the election of Suzanne M. Beckstoffer as chairman of the board at its board of directors' reorganization meeting. She replaces Pamela J. Rowe, who stepped down from the chairmanship after 13 years of service. Rowe remains on the board serving as first vice-chairman. Beckstoffer was elected to the credit union's board of directors in 1992 and previously served as first vice chairman. Additionally, Donald E. King was elected second vice chairman; Mary A. Campbell was elected secretary/treasurer; and Theodore L. Stewart Sr. was elected assistant secretary at the meeting.
Catholic Federal Credit Union, Saginaw, Mich., appointed Janet Lichon to the supervisory committee. Lichon will serve with board members Joseph DeFrancesco, Carl Jaenicke, Jose Salinas and Lee R. Scheib. The credit union also promoted Mindy Wolpert, a staffer with 30 years experience in the banking industry, to senior loan officer. Kristy Fila, a 14-year teller and receptionist, has also been promoted to Essexville office branch manager. And Katie Knippel will assume the role of call center supervisor. Knippel has been with the credit union for five years.
Heritage Federal Credit Union, Newburgh, Ind., promoted Timothy Coudret to manager of support operations. Coudret most recently held the position of information center supervisor at Heritage and formerly served as customer service and sales supervisor at Insight Communications. He holds a bachelors of science degree from the University of Southern Indiana in business administration.
DuTrac Community Credit Union, Dubuque, Iowa, held its 63rd annual meeting and announced that Christopher Dibbern, Harlan Pedretti and Donald Pfohl have been re-elected to three-year terms and that Michael Ready was re-elected for a one-year term. The following officers were also elected: Kelan Manning, chief financial officer and treasurer, Russell Kuennen, chairman, Linda MacDonald, secretary. Pfohl will serve as vice chairman.
Marine Credit Union, La Crosse, Wis., announced that Peg Lamb has joined its executive management team as chief financial officer. Lamb has over 30 years of experience working for financial institutions. She most recently held the same position at CapCom Credit Union in Lansing, Mich., where she worked for 10 years.
Desert Schools Financial Services LLC, Phoenix, a wholly owned subsidiary of Desert Schools Federal Credit Union, has elevated Susi Bennett to serve as its new chief operating officer. Bennett will report to CEO Becky Nilsen. Bennett's career at Desert Schools FCU began nearly 20 years ago as a branch manager. Since then, she served in a variety of roles including senior director of training and, most recently, assistant vice president of consumer lending.