Evansville Teachers FCU promotes two to branch manager
EVANSVILLE, IN (December 4, 2018) — Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union promoted two to branch manager positions.
• Newburgh resident Elizabeth Massey has been chosen to be manager of the Warrick branch in Newburgh. Massey, who celebrates her third-year anniversary with ETFCU on December 21, most recently was assistant manager of the credit union branch in Henderson, Kentucky. She started with ETFCU as an account service representative who traveled to various branches. As manager of the Warrick branch, Massey’s responsibilities include coaching staff and providing first-class member service.
• Knox County native Tracy Carlisle is now manager of the ETFCU office in Vincennes. She replaced Carson Thacker, who was promoted to Director of Retail Banking at ETFCU. Carlisle is a graduate of North Knox High School and attended both Vincennes University and Indiana University. She worked for 23 years with Regions Bank, including stints as a mortgage loan originator, a mortgage production manager for Southern Indiana, and as retail branch manager in Bicknell. She is a member of the Vincennes Kiwanis Club and the Bicknell Kiwanis Club, served on the board for United Way of Knox County, serves on the board of Junior achievement of Southwest Indiana, and is an advisory member to the North Knox High School Twin Rivers program.
About Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union
ETFCU was founded by teachers from the Evansville school system and then-Evansville College in 1936, but has long been open to other prospective members and their families. The credit union has more than 212,000 members in all 50 states and eight nations, with assets of $1.8 billion, and leads the Evansville market in mortgage and auto loans.