Day Air Credit Union’s John Theobald named Dayton Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 Honoree
KETTERING, OH (June 19, 2020) — Day Air Credit Union, the largest financial institution headquartered in Montgomery Country, is proud to announce the selection of John Theobald, Senior Vice President and Chief Lending Officer, as a 2020 Dayton Business Journal 40 Under 40 Awards honoree.
“I’m extremely proud and happy for John, his leadership and commitment to our community are a true asset,” says Bill Burke, Day Air Credit Union President and Chief Executive Officer. “He continually goes above and beyond looking for ways to grow associates and improve the lending experience for members.”
As Senior Vice President and Chief Lending Officer, John has overseen consecutive record-breaking years for mortgages, consumer lending, collections, business lending and spearheaded new technological innovations for the company as the leader of Day Air’s IT department.
In addition to his impact at Day Air, John is heavily involved in the community as the Executive Vice Chair for Envision Partnerships and as an Advisory Board Member for the Dayton Readjustment Counseling Center (Vet Center).
About Day Air Credit Union
Established in 1945, Day Air Credit Union is the largest financial institution headquartered in Montgomery County and proudly serves businesses and residents of the Miami Valley in southwest Ohio. Day Air is a not-for-profit, full-service financial cooperative with over $600 million in assets and more than 47,000 members. Credit Union members have access to over 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs and more than 5,900 shared branches nationwide. Membership is open to people living, working, worshiping, or attending school in the Miami Valley. Visit dayair.org for more information
About the Dayton Business Journal’s 2020 Forty Under 40 Awards
The annual Dayton Business Journal Forty Under 40 Awards, recognize the most extraordinary business and community leaders under the age of 40. This is the 23rd anniversary of Dayton Business Journal honoring the region’s brightest young professionals in an annual class of 40. Nominations are judged by an independent committee focused on professional accomplishments, community leadership, and awards and milestones.