Jim Minge, president of the $726 million Texas Trust Credit Union, was elected to the board of directors of the Texas Credit Union League. He is one of 12 new board members who will take office April 18 upon conclusion of the league's annual meeting in Galveston.
Minge is a veteran credit union leader. He joined Texas Trust Credit Union in May 2011 as president/CEO, following an 18 year career at Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union in Live Oak, Texas.
As a board member, Minge will represent the more than 140 credit unions in the West region of Texas, which covers Fort Worth and the areas directly west and north of the city. He will provide direction to the league's management team, as well as help shape the future of the league, the trade group said in its press release.
"Minge is a great asset to the League and all Texas credit unions," said Dick Ensweiler, president of the Texas Credit Union League. "The league and its members will benefit from his leadership as we move forward in what we anticipate will be a year of growth and advancement for Texas credit unions."
Texas Trust Credit Union, based in Mansfield, Texas, has 58,000 members and assets of $726 million. The credit union operates in Dallas, Tarrant and Henderson counties, as well as parts of Ellis and Johnson counties.