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AMOCO FCU Announces Selection of New VP of Lending
Friday, March 16, 2018 6:50 AM

Joe Mayhew

AMOCO Federal Credit Union has named Joe Mayhew as its new vice president of lending effective Monday, March 19, 2018. Credit Union Resources conducted the executive search for the $850 million dollar credit union. 

Mayhew’s 12 years of credit union management experience in lending will be a valuable asset to the executive team at AMOCO FCU. His passion for innovation and lending strategy will help AMOCO continue to provide exceptional service to its members.

Mayhew comes to AMOCO from Noble Credit Union in Fresno, Calif., where he served as vice president of lending. At Noble, he was responsible for product development, pricing, marketing, and retail delivery at the credit union. He also developed an aggressive credit card campaign that led to 20 percent portfolio growth and 15 percent interchange growth over the course of a year and placed the credit union in the top 5 percent of growth within their peer group.

Before his role as vice president of lending at Noble, Mayhew was the assistant vice president of consumer loans at CoastHills Credit Union in Lompoc, Calif., responsible for launching the lending center at the credit union to conduct outbound telemarketing for auto recapture, VISA growth, and mortgage penetration.

Mayhew is a graduate of the Western CUNA Management School.

For more information about AMOCO Federal Credit Union, please visit amocofcu.org.

About Credit Union Resources, Inc.
Credit Union Resources is a service corporation that provides industry-leading solutions and expertise to credit unions across the country. Credit Union Resources is a part of the Cornerstone Credit Union League, a regional trade association representing the interests of credit unions in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.