Tuesday, June 19, 2012

CEFCU Announces Retirements and Management Moves

CEFCU announces the retirements of Melody Dickerson, Pete Jain, Linda Keyser, and Marianne Moll. Tim Dunton has been promoted to Chief Technology Officer; Denise Ghere, Joe Varda and Dave Zimmerman have been promoted to Vice President; and Todd Haller becomes Vice President of Auditing & Risk Management.   

Dickerson has been an employee of CEFCU for 38 years, serving as the Chief Technology Officer since 2007. Her retirement will be effective on July 1, 2012.

Jain has been an employee of CEFCU for 32 years, serving as Vice President of Cash Management since 1996. Jain’s retirement will be effective on July 1, 2012.

Keyser has been an employee of CEFCU for 34 years, serving as Internet Information Security Manager since 2001. Her retirement is effective July 1, 2012.

Moll has been an employee of CEFCU for 33 years, serving as Vice President of Auditing & Risk Management since 2003. Moll’s retirement is effective July, 1, 2012.

Dunton was promoted to Chief Technology Officer. His job responsibilities include overseeing technological resources for the Credit Union as well as directing the future development and acquisition of new technology for the Credit Union.

Ghere was promoted to Vice President of Electronic Funds Transfer. Her job responsibilities include research and development of new products and services and enhancement of existing products, services, and delivery channels.

Haller will assume the position of Vice President of Auditing and Risk Management. His job responsibilities include development and implementation of a robust risk infrastructure and internal controls framework. In addition, he will lead efforts to interpret and apply new audit and regulatory concepts efficiently and effectively.                                                 

Varda has been promoted to Vice President of Cash Management. His job responsibilities include managing CEFCU's Investment Portfolio, providing liquidity, and facilitating the cash management process.

Zimmerman has been promoted to Vice President of Information Services. His job responsibilities include overseeing CEFCU’s Information Services’ Programming, Operations, Network Communications, Internet Services, and Information Security areas.

With assets totaling over $4.8 billion, CEFCU serves over 288,000 members through 

20 central Illinois Member Centers and 3 Member Centers in Santa Clara County, California; the CEFCU Financial Center; the Money Center 24 ATM Network; CEFCU’s website, cefcu.com; cefcu.mobi; the surcharge-free CO-OP ATM Network; and the CU Service Center Shared Branch Network.