Harborstone Credit Union hires Luettjohann as Senior Vice President & Chief Lending Officer
LAKEWOOD, WA (July 10, 2020) — Harborstone Credit Union hired Robert Luettjohann as Senior Vice President & Chief Lending Officer. Luettjohann brings more than 25 years of expertise in commercial lending along with a diverse background in providing high quality business services to businesses of all sizes.
Growing up in Tacoma and graduating from the University of Washington with a B.A. in Economics, Luettjohann has strong roots in the Pacific Northwest. He will contribute extensive credit administration and relationship management experience to the Harborstone team, transitioning from his role as a Senior Vice President and Chief Credit and Lending Officer for First Federal Savings and Loan of McMinnville in Oregon.
Luettjohann also brings his passion and commitment to serving the communities in which he lives and works as demonstrated through his various positions and volunteer roles for local non-profits and organizations. Most recently, he served on the Executive Committee of the Chehalem Valley Chamber of Commerce in Newberg, Oregon and provided leadership on the Board for the Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation in Hillsboro, Oregon. He also volunteered for the Hillsboro School District and the Loaves and Fishes Meals-on-Wheels program for homebound seniors in the Portland area.
“I am excited for Robert to join our leadership team and contribute his deep expertise and passion to the unique and diverse needs of our members. He is a great compliment to our team in this role and we’re very fortunate to bring him on as part of the Harborstone family,” said Phil Jones, President and CEO of Harborstone Credit Union.
About Harborstone Credit Union
Since 1955, Harborstone Credit Union has served Washington communities as a member-owned, not-for-profit financial organization, with a history of serving those who serve, and built on the principle of people helping people. At the heart of the credit union are knowledgeable and passionate team members who guide and empower consumer members and business members to make good financial decisions, promoting financial well-being and prosperity. Today, Harborstone has branch locations in King, Pierce, and Thurston Counties. Expanding financial empowerment for its members is a perennial priority for Harborstone. As a banking advocate for its members, Harborstone’s mission is to build trusted and meaningful relationships with members—and to show up, as a fabric of the community, to help those communities THRIVE. Harborstone is also committed to working toward a more fair and equitable society, one relationship at a time. Harborstone has $1.8 billion in assets and more than 85,000 members.