Andrew Young named Land of Lincoln Credit Union Chief Lending Officer

DECATUR, IL (November 30, 2017) — Land of Lincoln Credit Union (LLCU) is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Young as the Chief Lending Officer (CLO).

Before joining LLCU, Young was serving as the Assistant Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer for First Mid-Illinois Bank (FMIB-headquartered in Mattoon, IL) working out of the Decatur office. Young brings extensive experience in Small Business Administration (SBA) lending, commercial loan credit analysis, business development, service quality assurance management, and personnel management.

“We are thrilled to welcome Andrew to the LLCU family,” said Doug Harris, CEO of Land of Lincoln Credit Union. “Andrew has a tremendous level of experience in the small business lending arena and we look forward to using his knowledge and expertise to benefit the LLCU members and the business community-at-large.”

Young holds a Bachelor of Science Accounting Degree from Millikin University and an AAS degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Lakeland College.

“I am looking forward to working with the LLCU staff and members to implement innovative ways to extend lending opportunities to individuals and businesses within our service area. LLCU has great products and offerings and I am excited to help take them to the next level,” stated Young.

About Land of Lincoln Credit Union

Land of Lincoln Credit Union was founded in 1947. As a full-service financial institution, LLCU serves nearly 35,000 members. Membership in LLCU is open to anyone who lives or works in 27 Illinois counties and their immediate family members. Land of Lincoln Credit Union offers 13 convenient locations in 8 cities to best serve the needs of its membership. As a part of the CO-OP shared branching network, members also have access to over 5,000 branches and 30,000 ATM locations nationwide. For more information, visit us online at


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