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Yolo Federal promotes two staffers

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From page A7 | June 02, 2013 |

Jenee Rawlings. Courtesy photo

Yolo Federal Credit Union has promoted Jenee Rawlings to senior vice president and Matt Lane to vice president of finance.

Rawlings served previously as vice president, overseeing human resources, marketing and operations. She has been with the credit union since 1989 and recently completed her master’s degree in business administration from Arizona State University.

“We are both proud and fortunate to have Jenee as a part of our leadership team,” said Clyde Brooker, president and CEO. “She brings a wealth of knowledge of the industry with a focus on strategic management.”

Lane has been with the credit union since 2009 and previously served as the accounting manager. He is replacing retired chief financial officer Lynn Jepsen and will complete his master’s degree in business administration in December from Cal State Monterey Bay.

As vice president of finance, Lane will oversee the accounting and back office departments, including the call center.

“We are in very capable hands as Matt brings 10 years of experience in accounting, including four years here at Yolo FCU,” Brooker said.

Yolo Federal Credit Union has been serving the local communities for nearly 60 years. Membership is available to anyone who lives, works or attends school in Yolo County. To learn more, visit www.yolofcu.org.

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