Heritage Federal Credit Union announces John Stanford Promotion

NEWBURGH, IN (November 24, 2014) — Heritage Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce that John Stanford has been promoted from Vice President of Lending Resolutions to Vice President of Lending Operations.

Mr. Stanford joined Heritage Federal Credit Union as the new Vice President of Lending Resolutions in May 2011. Mr. Stanford came to the credit union from Service One Credit Union in Bowling Green, KY, where he was the Assistant Vice President of Asset Protection. Before joining Service One Credit Union in August 2004, he was an International Financial Analyst for DESA International for four years. Mr. Stanford also served as an Electronics Technician with the United States Navy. Mr. Stanford holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance with an emphasis in Financial Planning from Western Kentucky University and has completed the CUNA management program

Ruth Jenkins, CCE, CUERME, President and CEO stated, “I am very pleased to announce the recent promotion of John Stanford to VP of Lending Operations. John has proven himself to be very capable in managing the challenges and responsibilities of Lending Resolutions. As our new VP of Lending Operations, I have no doubt that John will continue his impressive leadership in his new position and serve as a role model to the credit union and our 46,488+ members.”

For more information, please call Steve Bugg, Chief Marketing and Member Service Officer, at 812-253-6928, ext. 2267.

About Heritage Federal Credit Union
Heritage Federal Credit Union offers financial products and services to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Vanderburgh or Warrick County, or has an immediate family member who does.

Heritage Federal Credit Union is a community-chartered Federal credit union with over $464 million in assets and serves more than 46,488 members, and operates seven branches in Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties in Southwestern Indiana. More information regarding Heritage Federal Credit Union can be located at

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