As it turns out, the dual CEOs formally picked this month to runthe $434 million SoutheastFinancial Credit Union in Franklin, Tenn., are actually athreesome with one of the trio taking retirement last month, it wasdisclosed Tuesday.

“We simply have always had great respect for one another and allthree of us have worked together to lead our credit union quitesuccessfully for more than a decade,” is how one of thenew president/CEOs, John Jacoway, describes the out-of-normmanagement style.

Jacoway and Jeff Dahlstrom, both executive vice presidents for years, wereofficially anointed by the Southeast board as dual CEOs followingthe Jan. 15 retirement of the former and designated CEO, JohnSimmonds.

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