TexasOne Community Credit Union announced that its President/CEO Dennis Dorman has retired.Dorman has been president/CEO of the Houston-based credit union since 1986. Prior to that, he was an assistant manager at the credit union. Before coming to the credit union, Dorman was a state examiner for the Texas Credit Union Department.During Dorman’s tenure as president/CEO the credit union grew from $48 million in assets to $145 million, while increasing the number of branches and loans outstanding by four-fold and doubling the number of members. In 2003, Dorman led the credit union as it transitioned from Cameron Credit Union to the present community based TexasOne.Executive Vice President Jason Lee will succeed Dorman as president/CEO. Lee has been at TexasOne for five years and currently sits on the board of directors for Southern Funding Alliance and Town North Bank. Prior to coming to the credit union, Lee was a state examiner for the Texas Credit Union Department as well.–[email protected]

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