Redwood Credit Union, Petaluma, Calif., named Jana Boyle as branch manager for its Petaluma branch. Boyle has been with the credit union since 1995, serving most recently as business development manager. She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance and marketing from Sonoma State University. Boyle is active in the local community and volunteers on several committees.
Xceed Financial Credit Union, El Segundo, Calif., invited two members to fill open volunteer positions with the organization. Carolynn Brooks and Fred LaPointe accepted the invitations. Brooks currently serves as the chief diversity officer for OfficeMax, one of the credit union's SEGs. She has more than 15 years of human resources experience and is president of the OfficeMax Charitable Foundation and a member of the national Diversity Best Practices Leadership Council. LaPointe is assistant vice president for ACE Construction Group, another Xceed SEG. He has held a variety of positions in insurance underwriting, marketing and management. LaPointe holds several professional designations and was a teaching fellow at the University of North Texas in 2008.
Community One Federal Credit Union, Las Vegas, named Debbie Murphy the Montecito branch manager and Shelly Peterson the Shadow Creek branch manager. The credit union also named Tracey Haslem Tenaya branch lead teller. Rosa Alcantar was named Tenaya receptionist. Parker Busk and Gina Kerby were given Tenaya branch full-time teller positions. Jenny Villanueva was named Sahara branch loan officer. Nancy Payne was named Sahara lead teller. Aide Parra was named Renaissance branch lead teller. Henrietta Burist and Megan Prothero were named Montecito branch lead tellers. Ashley Martinez and Jackie Garcia were named as lead tellers for the credit union's Shadow Creek branch.
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|Publication:||Credit Union Times|
|Date:||Jan 13, 2010|
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