Employee & Building Updates
Post Community Credit Union & Honor Credit Union – Building A Future Together
Post Community Credit Union and Honor Credit Union are excited to announce their intent to partner together. The spirit of cooperation has been the foundation of the credit union philosophy from the very beginning, which is what made the partnership between the two organizations a natural fit. The core missions of Post and Honor are already aligned, with each credit union dedicated to not only the financial success of their members, but also the reinvestment into the communities that they serve.
“We chose Honor because of the close alignment of our credit union cultures”, says Rob Viland, Post Community Credit Union CEO. “They share our passion for helping members and giving back to the community, and together we can do even more. This partnership is a win for both organizations”.
By bringing the two strong credit unions together they will be able to offer more financial solutions for members while reinvesting even more into the communities they serve.
Scott McFarland, Honor Credit Union CEO, comments, “This partnership allows us to offer our members more by gaining expertise from Post Community Credit Union, and it strengthens our commitment to Michigan.”
The combined organization will operate 23 branches across the state of Michigan.
Upon regulatory approval and a positive member vote from Post Community CU members, Post will become a part of Honor Credit Union. The partnership will result in an $800 million dollar organization with over 75,000 members across the State of Michigan. Additional information is available at both postcommunitycu.com and honorcu.com.
The Michigan Tech Employees Federal Credit Union Announces New CEO
Member owned Michigan Tech Employees Federal Credit Union recently announced David Rautiola as its new CEO. David is a local community member with nine years of experience in the financial services industry. He is a Michigan Technological University graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Accounting. David has been the Director of Operations at the credit union for the past seven months. Prior to joining the credit union, he held the roles of Credit Analyst, Loan Operations Manager, and Project Manager at Superior National Bank and Trust Company.
Retiring CEO Duane Aho stated “David has proven himself to be a strong leader and is well suited to move the credit union forward into the future.” Board of Directors Chair Mark Van Tassel stated “The board has been very impressed with David’s abilities and what has been accomplished since he joined the credit union.”
“I am very excited and honored to have been selected to lead the Michigan Tech Employees Federal Credit Union,” Rautiola said. “The future for the credit union is a bright one. As employees of a member owned, nonprofit financial institution, we offer all the products and services that our members want. I feel the credit union has done a great job of this and look forward to working with the Board of Directors, employees, and members to continue making this a great place to conduct all your financial transactions.”
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