After 25j years as president/CEO of Veridian Credit Union in Waterloo, Iowa, Jean Trainor will step down in 2015. According to a Thursday statement, she will leave the post to help her son fulfill a career dream of giving a voice to others who, like him, are unable to speak.

Nate Trainor has Joubert Syndrome, a disorder that causes a brain abnormality of the cerebellar vermis, which controls balance and coordination, according to the Joubert Syndrome & Related Disorder Foundation.Though this disorder has left Nate unable to speak, he communicates by typing on a tablet device.

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