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Denise May to Take the Helm at Liberty County Teachers FCU
Monday, November 10, 2014 6:55 AM

Denise May

Denise May has been appointed the new president of the Liberty County Teachers Federal Credit Union by its board of directors. May has been at the Liberty, Texas, credit union since January 2008 and most recently served as its vice president of operations.

May officially assumed the helm on Oct. 23, with six years of credit union experience and 22 years of prior banking expertise. She is a certified Bank Secrecy Act Specialist and served on the board of directors of the Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce in 2012. She graduated in the top of her class from Brazos Business College and started out at the credit union as a loan officer. 

"I feel honored and privileged that the board of the directors has placed their trust in me to represent the credit union in this capacity," May said. "Since I began working, I have strived to continue to learn new things. Therefore, I have had the opportunity to work in all areas of the financial industry."

May said Liberty County has seen steady growth in deposits and loans over the last several years. "I want to continue to focus on that growth," May said. "Being a small credit union, we want to stay competitive in the ever-changing financial industry by providing our members with the technology and services offered by our competitors. We will also continue to focus on the personal service that our members are accustomed to."

Assisting with May's transition is Sally McKnight, who has been serving as the credit union's interim president. McKnight came out of retirement to help when Liberty lost its president in 2012. McKnight had spent 27 years with Houston Federal Credit Union and retired the first time with a total of 36 years of credit union experience. With May's appointment, McKnight plans on retiring again in February 2015.