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President and CEO, Ron Neumann, said these changes will help the credit union execute on its strategic initiatives.
Sherman has more than 20 years of senior-level leadership experience in the industry.
Offering its employees competitive wages and meaningful benefits is a top priority for the credit union.
Participation in the second draw for Paycheck Protection Program loans offers relief for struggling small businesses in Clackamas County.
The credit union performed 730 random acts of kindness throughout the year, including delivering books to children, hosting giveaways to local restaurants, and more.
The foundation is awarding $2,500 scholarships to full-time high school seniors and undergraduates currently enrolled in an accredited two-year, four-year, or technical college or university.
Rollins brings over two decades of financial services experience to the role.
The funds were generated from the credit union’s Veterans Appreciation Loan Promotion.
The donations help with food scarcity and housing needs for individuals and families experiencing the continued effects of COVID-19.
The Week of Giving ran from Monday, Dec. 14, through Sunday, Dec. 20.
The award celebrates the community bank or credit union that closed the most standard SBA loans in the district.
Portland Business Journal ranked Oregon’s largest credit union number five in its financial services category.
Following Louie’s retirement, the Board appointed Lindsay Luttrell to fill his seat
The program was driven by more than 500 nominations from BECU members, who recognized nonprofits in five areas.