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Friday, February 14, 2014 6:30 AM

Credit Union of Texas announces the promotion of Eric Pointer to executive vice president. In this new role, he will provide leadership and oversight of the $1 billion credit union’s lending activities, member services, branch operations and sales and marketing efforts. Pointer has been employed with Credit Union of Texas since 1993, most recently serving as president and CEO of Credit Union Services Incorporated, a wholly-owned CUSO of Credit Union of Texas.

“Eric will be a very beneficial asset to the credit union in helping lead it to a prosperous future,” said John Lederer CEO of Credit Union of Texas. “His track record of leadership combined with industry knowledge and institutional tenure makes Eric uniquely qualified for this new position. He brings experience, expertise and a proven record of operational leadership, strategy development, marketing savvy, customer service, team building and relationship management.”


University FCU has a number of promotions to announce. Ashley Muennink Steck has been named financial center assistant manager, responsible for the daily operations and management of the financial center. She started her career at the credit union in 2013.

Jayson Lowry Scofield has been named financial center manager; Cheryl Roberts has been named downtown financial center manager; Joel Aran has been named North Guadalupe financial center manager; Freda Davis has been named Galveston financial center manager; Helen Lenk Whitestone has been named financial center manager; Terry Page has been named Steck financial center manager, and Anthony Ellis has been named Lakeline financial center manager. Each will be responsible for helping employees develop professionally, establishing and deepening member and business relationships and ensuring the delivery of exceptional member service. 

Additionally, University FCU has named Amelia Serrano Galveston financial center assistant manager, responsible for the daily operations and management of the financial center. Serrano started her career at University FCU in 2002 as a part-time teller while attending college.

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Linda PettitLinda Pettit has joined CO-OP Financial Services as vice president of customer care, responsible for the company’s service quality initiatives and programs for its 3,500 client credit unions.

“Linda has more than 30 years of experience in the financial industry, and her leadership has been instrumental in starting up payment systems and services for a number of financial institutions,” said Kim Hester, EVP, customer care and financial solutions for CO-OP, and to whom Pettit reports. “She brings a wealth of knowledge to the customer care arena as she has also provided consulting to credit unions in credit, debit, home-banking, bill-pay and many other services and programs.” 

Pettit joins CO-OP from California Center Credit Union of Ontario, Calif., where she served for five years as CEO.