MSUFCU CEO Partrick McPharlin Retires Tuesday
May the luck of the Irish be with legendary Michigan credit union leader and advocate, Patrick McPharlin as he retires Tuesday - St. Patrick’s Day.
McPharlin, president and CEO of MSUFCU, is turning over the reins after 41 years of service and leadership at the credit union.
McPharlin started at MSUFCU in 1973 and has served as CEO for the past 14 years.
Here are some of his key accomplishments:
• During his tenure, MSUFCU has grown from $546 million to more than $2.6 billion in assets.
• Membership growth skyrocketed from approximately 97,000 members to over 183,000 members nationwide.
• MSUFCU was recognized as one of West Michigan’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to work for.
• MSUFCU was named a Top Workplace by The Detroit Free Press.
• Expected staff growth from 600 to 724 employees by 2017, and 1000 workers by 2024.
• Expected membership growth to 250,000 by 2018.
• MSUFCU is building a new 186,350-square-foot building northeast of its current headquarters building to accommodate this expansion.
To honor Pat McPharlin, MCUL & Affiliates would like to take this moment to revisit special moment with him at last year’s Annual Convention and Exposition. There, McPharlin, who bleeds green and white was called on stage to receive a little present from University of Michigan Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard.
April Clobes, MSUFCU’s executive vice president/coo is succeeding McPharlin. Clobes has been with the credit union for 18 years and has led in many areas through various executive positions.