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Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union ($1.6billion, Lowell, Mass.) hired onenew employee and promotedthree others.
Eric Bullock was hired as assistant treasurer – branch manager.He will lead the Westford branchin Westford, Mass. Bullock comesto Jeanne D’Arc with 10 years ofbanking experience, most recently overseeing daily branch functions for the $1.6 billion, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass.-basedHanscom Federal Credit Union,where he served as an assistantbranch manager and loan officer.
Robert Boley was promotedto assistant vice president, business services. Boley joined JeanneD’Arc in 2016 asmanager of theWestford branchand moved intobusiness servicesthe following year.As a business services advisor, hehas played a major role in the development of Jeanne D’Arc’s business banking and contributed tothe creation of training resourcesused to improve the memberexperience. In his new role, hewill oversee the development ofthe business services team andcontinued growth of businessmembership.
Jessica Gadilauskas was promoted to assistant treasurer – human resources.
Gadilauskas hasserved in variousroles and departments at JeanneD’Arc for over 10years including retail, financial education, and mostrecently humanresources as benefits and payrolladministrator. Her responsibilities in her new role will includeemployee relations, compensation planningand performancemanagement.
son was promoted
to assistant trea-
surer – executive
has been with the
credit union for over 17 years,
serving in various roles within
marketing and consumer lending
before pivoting to support the ex-
ecutive team in 2019. She played
a critical role in ensuring seam-
less communication between ex-
ecutives and the board in 2020,
planning and scheduling meet-
ings while maintaining important
health and safety measures. In her
new role, she will continue to as-
sist executives as they focus on
meeting strategic goals and initia-
tives for key projects.
The $4.8 billion, Waterloo, Iowa-based Veridian Credit Unionpromoted four employees.
Katie Miller was promoted toelectronic relations team leader.Miller has worked at Veridian for15 years and was previously an eS-ervices loan officer.
Tanya Kreimeyer was promoted to team lead in the member contact center. Kreimeyer hasworked at Veridian for four yearsand was previously a member relations officer.
Emily Hacker was promoted tobranch manager of the Veridianlocation inside the Crossroads Hy-Vee store in Waterloo. Hacker hasworked at Veridian for 12 yearsand was previously the branchmanager of the Veridian locationinside the College Square Hy-Veestore in Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Heather Thein was promotedto electronic relations team leader. Thein has worked at Veridianfor 10 years and was previously ateam lead in the member contactcenter.
The $1 billion, Papillion, Neb.-based Cobalt Credit Union promoted four employees to vicepresident positions in its lendingdepartment.
Jenie Davis will serve as vicepresident of loan solutions, managing all aspects of the loan solutions team. Davis has over 35
years of experiencein the collectionsindustry, servingthe last seven at
Cobalt. She most
recently worked as
ager and a delin-
quency resolutions specialist.
will serve as vice
president of indi-
rect lending, and
will be responsible
for the overall daily
and strategic man-
agement of indi-
rect lending for the
credit union. She
has been with Cobalt for 17 years,
previously working as a loan offi-
cer, branch manager and most re-
cently vice president of consumer
Surie Leggewas promoted tovice president ofmortgage sales.
Legge has beenwith Cobalt for 19years, including14 servicing andoriginating loansin the mortgagedepartment. Legge earned topsales awards from Cobalt in 2018and 2019.
Tara Rasmussen was appointedvice president ofmortgage operations. Rasmussenwill work with themortgage teamto refine departmental processesand efficiencies.
She has 18 yearsof mortgage experience related toprocessing, closing, underwritingand servicing, and has been withthe credit union since 2019.
Chris McCreary, former president of United Consumers CreditUnion ($167.7 million, Independence, Mo.), has moved into theEVP position. During his tenure aspresident, McCreary made manyimprovements at the credit union,adding debit and ATM cards; telephone, online and mobile accountaccess; and an expanded networkof branches and ATMs. McCrearycame to United Consumers in July1993 from Wichita Boeing Employees Credit Union (now the$1.4 billion, Wichita, Kan.-basedMeritrust Credit Union), where heserved as CFO.
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