This past week, a total of 10 credit unions from coast to coast announced new hires and promotions. Plus, a CEO announced his plans for retirement after 29 years of service.


The $1.2 billion Altura Credit Union in Riverside, Calif., announced the pending retirement of President/CEO Mark Hawkins (pictured). Hawkins will step down in February 2017 after 29 years of service. When he assumed his role as the CEO of the credit union in February 1988, when it was known as Riverside Schools Credit Union, it had $37 million in total assets and three branches. It now has $1.2 billion in assets and 13 branch locations.

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