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Red Crown FCU CEO Bids Farewell to Movement; Expresses Full Confidence in Her Successor
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 6:35 AM

Marsha Schmidt
Marsha Schmidt

After 11 years of serving the members of Red Crown FCU as its president and CEO, Marsha Schmidt is leaving the Tulsa, Okla.-based credit union. Schmidt has accepted a position with Tulsa Educare, Inc., a nonprofit agency that provides early childhood education and other services to low-income families in the Tulsa area.  Mike Moyer, senior vice president of lending with the credit union, has been tapped as her successor.

“I have no doubt Mike can lead Red Crown to continued success,” she tells the Leaguer. “Mike is full of energy and is an excellent team builder. He was chosen because of his experience with Red Crown, as well as with other organizations within the financial services arena.  Our board of directors has complete confidence in Mike as a trustworthy leader.”

Schmidt joined Red Crown FCU in January 2003 as its CFO, and was promoted to CEO in April 2004. She says her greatest accomplishment for the credit union has been doubling the size of the credit union while maintaining personal relationships with their members.

Asked what she hopes to be remembered by, Schmidt says, “As a leader who encouraged a strong work ethic and a positive working environment for staff.  I have always believed a productive and happy staff is key to the excellent member service Red Crown is known for.”

As for the credit union movement, Schmidt says she hopes that it will continue to grow so more consumers can experience the high-level of personal service that comes with being a member-owner. 

Mike Moyer
Mike Moyer

With the help from an experienced team, Schmidt has full confidence in Moyer.

“I attribute my success as CEO to the strong support I received from our management team, staff and our board of directors,” she said. “I believe that Mike will experience the same level of support.” 

Schmidt’s last day is May 31.
 

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