KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Glenn Siler has taken over the reins as CEO of Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union, replacing Bob Stone, who retired two weeks ago after 24 years as CEO. Siler has been with the CU even longer than Stone – 32 years. He started in the accounting department, and has done just about every job in between. “I have been a loan officer, a teller, CFO, marketing director and did a little bit of collections. I wore a lot of hats over the years,” Siler said. At $490 million, Knoxville TVA Employees CU is one of the largest CUs in Tennessee. Regarding the proposed VolCorp/WesCorp merger, Siler thinks the merger will help Tennessee credit unions. “It’s going to add some options to credit unions here. There are things WesCorp can do that right now we don’t have,” said Siler

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