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Recognizing a Dedicated CEO for 35 Years of Service—and Counting
Friday, April 1, 2016 6:45 AM

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Mark W. Kelly’s Service to Oklahoma Employees Credit Union and Beyond

Oklahoma Employees Credit Union (OECU) is now recognizing Mark W. Kelly for his 35 years of dedicated service to OECU as their president and chief executive officer. Kelly is currently the most tenured credit union president in Oklahoma and has supported the credit union movement for more than 39 years.

Kelly serves the credit union movement in many ways. A few of the highlights include sitting on the board of directors for Credit Union Shared Branching for the last 21 years. He is also a founding member of the ATM Zone and First Rate Autos. His experience includes serving on the boards of directors for the Oklahoma Credit Union League, Oklahoma State Credit Union, and OCUPAC. He was also appointed to the Oklahoma Consumer Credit Commission and the Cornerstone Oklahoma Government Affairs subcommittee.

His service does not end with the credit union community. He has been actively involved as an All Sports Association board member for the last 22 years, and he serves on the board of directors for the Meinders School of Business. His commitment to the community has been instrumental in helping raise more than $2 million for Oklahoma’s sick kids. 

Kelly has grown OECU from just over $12 million in assets and 6,471 members in 1981 to $489 million in assets and 41,908 members in 2016. Kelly’s impact on OECU will be felt for generations to come.

Oklahoma Employees Credit Union is always happy to help. Established in 1954 as a member-owned financial cooperative, OECU continues to offer personal service to 41,908 members. For more information on OECU services, locations and other details please visit oecu.org