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FAA Credit Union Names Three New Executives
Thursday, May 5, 2016 6:45 AM

FAA CU Names Three New Executives

FAA Credit Union in Oklahoma City announces the promotion of Terri Nelson, Pam Case, and Mike Shockley.

Terri Nelson
Terri Nelson was named vice president of real estate. She has provided the credit union with 25 years of service in numerous other positions including loan processor, loan officer, and underwriter. In her new role, she will be responsible for the oversight of production, servicing, policies and procedures, product management, and regulatory compliance.

Pam Case
Pam Case was named vice president of consumer lending. A graduate of Southwest CUNA Management School, Case joined the credit union in 1992 and previously served as branch manager, regional branch services liaison, and assistant vice president of financial services. In her new position, she will manage and grow the consumer lending portfolio. 

Mike Shockley
Mike Shockley is now assistant vice president of financial services. He has been with the credit union for 14 years and has held previous positions including assistant teller supervisor, business development specialist and internal auditor. In his new position, Shockley will be responsible for managing branches, delivery of credit union products, and implementation of new technology. 

This is just one more way FAA CU is serving the community. With headquarters in Oklahoma City and seven branches in the greater Oklahoma City area, FAA CU has been serving members for 70 years. Today, the credit union has 50,000 members in Canadian, Cleveland, Grady, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, Oklahoma, and Pottawatomie counties. Membership is open to anyone who resides, works, worships, or attends school in their eight-county service area. FAA CU has assets in excess of $580 million. Learn more at faaecu.org.