Several credit unions have named new CEOs heading into 2023.
The $628 million-asset Dover Federal Credit Union in Dover, Del., appointed Janell Upton as its president and CEO, effective Jan. 23. Upton, formerly an executive vice president at Education Federal Credit Union, will replace Chaz Rzewnicki, who left last summer to become president and CEO of Vibe Credit Union in Miami.
Donna Kiscaden, who has been serving as Dover’s interim CEO, will return to her duties as CFO.
TLC Community Credit Union in Adrian, Mich., said that Jeff Brehmer will take the helm on March 4. Brehmer, an executive vice president at the $689 million-asset TLC, will succeed Randy Smith, who is retiring.
CAHP Credit Union in Sacramento, Calif., which has $286 million of assets, named Audrey Pappas as its next president and CEO. Pappas succeeded Brad Houle, who left CAHP to become president and CEO of Town & Country Credit Union.
Pappas has been an executive vice president at CAHP for the past decade.
Jeffrey Davenport was named president and CEO of the $239 million-asset NorState Federal Credit Union in Madawaska, Maine. Davenport, the credit union’s chief operating officer, replaced Susan Whitehead, who retired.
Finally, the $202 million-asset Sunlight Federal Credit Union in Cody, Wyo., tapped Julie Dunham as its new president and CEO. Dunham, Sunlight’s COO and human resources director, replaced Steve Pearson, who retired.