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Resource One CU Names Mary Beth Spuck as New President/CEO
Monday, November 27, 2017 7:00 AM

Mary Beth Spuck

Resource One Credit Union named Mary Beth Spuck as their new president and chief executive officer, replacing long-time leader, Jim Brisendine.

The board of directors conducted a rigorous search, and Board Chairman Tony Goebel said, “Ms. Spuck brings an abundance of professional skill and qualifications in both organizational development and sales and will be an immense asset to Resource One. We look forward to working with Ms. Spuck to find additional ways to increase value to our members.”

Resource One was originally chartered to serve Sears, Roebuck, and Company and has evolved to serve a community field of membership in two of the largest counties in Texas. The commitment to service, growth, and innovative financial products is best expressed through the credit union’s vision statement: Our Members’ One Resource. Resource One is proud to offer financial solutions for individuals and small business owners and invests in financial literacy education and community support.

“I am deeply honored to be selected as the next CEO/president of Resource One, said Spuck, who will assume the helm in early December. "I am looking forward to working with the board and staff to fulfill our mission by creating relationships and building trust with our members."

Most recently, Spuck served as the chief administrative officer at TwinStar Credit Union. Her expertise in leadership, sales, member service, collaboration, and CUSO operations was honed over two decades in the financial services industry. She worked for PEMCO Insurance where she earned the distinguished Stanley O. McNaughton Vision Award and started her career with Inspirus Credit Union.

Spuck earned her BA in business administration from the University of Washington and her MA in organizational leadership from Chapman University. She graduated from Western CUNA Management School with honors and is a Credit Union Development Educator (CUDE), a Philippines Development Educator (PhDE), an International Credit Union Development Educator (I-CUDE), and a Certified Senior Executive (CSE). Spuck also serves on the board of several credit union service organizations (CUSO).

About Resource One Credit Union
Resource One Credit Union was originally chartered as Sears Dallas Employees Federal Credit Union in 1936. Over time, the increased demand for more locations and additional products and services prompted the expansion of our product lines and field of membership. Today, Resource One proudly serves as a not-for-profit financial institution for the communities of Dallas and Northwest Harris counties. Resource One Credit Union has 11 convenient locations to serve our 60,000 and counting members. Visit Resource One Credit Union’s homepage at r1cu.org.