MEXICO — Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Oxford Federal Credit Union continues to be a strong and stable financial institution experiencing solid membership growth.

“One thing that the pandemic taught us was that we need to be flexible and have the ability to adapt to constant change.  Not only did OFCU adapt, but we excelled,” said Matt Kaubris, CEO of Oxford Federal Credit Union. “We are fortunate to be led by a skilled management team who have many years of financial institution experience. Under their expert guidance, we managed to weather the storm these last 18 months.”

Kaubris stated, “I care deeply about our credit union and recently began putting plans in place to ensure our continued success.” Initial stages of these plans included the development of an Executive Vice President role and a realignment of the management team.

Samantha Noyes (Member Service), Deb Brown (Sales/Lending), and Tammy Daigle (Support) were recently promoted to the positions of Senior Vice President in their respective departments. “These promotions accurately reflect their leadership capabilities and contributions to OFCU,” said Kaubris. Additionally, Heather Gallant recently assumed the role of Vice President of Finance/IT, stepping up from her former Assistant Vice President role. “The intent of these changes is to build a team that is future-focused and ready to grow,” said Kaubris. “I’m proud of our accomplishments to date and equally excited about what is to come for OFCU and our members.”

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