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Service One Credit Union Promotes Four Associates

Four Service One Credit Union (SOCU) associates have been promoted to new positions.  

Brad Brown was named Chief Administrative Officer.  Brown joined SOCU in 2012. In his new role, Brown adds responsibility for the initiatives undertaken in connection with the Community Development Financial Institution program and SOCU’s Proper Foundation. He will continue his responsibility for compliance, risk management, and facility planning.

Mathew Hutcheson is Vice President of Finance. Hutcheson assumes a leadership role in the credit union’s accounting and finance organization and will assist in guiding the strategic direction of the department and the organization.  He has worked in SOCU’s accounting department for the past 12 years.  

Jason Ross is Vice President of Loan Development and Sales.  Ross, who joined SOCU in 2018, will be responsible for promoting a strong service culture while managing the sales of mortgage, commercial, small business, and consumer loans.  He has 19 years of experience in banking and lending.

Elizabeth Lindsey assumes the new role of Assistant Vice President of Member Experience. Lindsey joined SOCU in 2019. Lindsey’s new responsibilities include assuring a strong service culture and a positive member experience across the organization.  This includes gathering member feedback, finding solutions, and using the information to improve processes and ensure exceptional member experiences.

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