Medford, Oregon-based Rogue Credit Union deposited $2.5 million into the accounts of 81,000 members as part of the first “Rogue Rewards Loyalty Dividend.”
A recent appointment to a Federal Reserve advisory council gives this busy CEO yet another chance to represent and support Northwest credit unions and their members.
Three students from the Northwest received honors, including one who became only the seventh person in WCMS history to receive the school’s highest honors.
Gene Pelham named new board Chairman of Western CUNA Management School. Carla Altepeter joins WCMS board.
Rogue Credit Union CEO Gene Pelham told the Curry Coastal Pilot this week that Chetco Federal Credit Union had “no way out” of the downward spiral that led to its failure in 2012 and that Rogue “fought really hard” to acquire Chetco’s assets.
Breaking news: Rogue Federal Credit Union will purchase and retain Chetco Federal Credit Union’s Oregon operations, retaining branches and employees. Chetco’s Crescent City, Calif., branch and memberships will be assumed by Coast Central Credit Union. The announcement was made Friday evening by Rogue Federal, Coast Central and the NCUA.
A Medford credit union professional takes on a unique dual role, serving both Rogue Federal Credit Union and the Western CUNA Management School.
From soup to nuts, Rogue Federal is large and in charge of community events and media coverage in Medford. What’s the secret sauce? Read on to find out.
Through the Summit Awards, credit union professionals and volunteers are recognized by the NWCUA and their peers for their contributions to the movement. Past winners Gene Pelham and Jim Morrell weighed in on what the award has meant for them.
Gene Pelham will be honored by the Oregon and Washington Credit Union Foundations as the Credit Union Professional of the Year. The Rogue Federal Credit Union CEO emphasizes community service and is known for hands-on involvement and accessibility to employees.