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Pepper Weatherly Joins Kirtland FCU

Albuquerque, NM
Contact: Ashleigh Munson, 505-254-7008, [email protected]

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 Pepper Weatherly has joined the Kirtland Federal Credit Union team (KFCU) as Regional Vice President of Retail Delivery. He has worked in the credit union industry for 27 years, most recently with Oklahoma Central Credit Union in Tulsa. In his previous roles, he worked in retail branch operations, consumer lending and real estate lending.

Weatherly received his bachelor’s degree in finance from Texas Tech University and his MBA from Concordia University.

“I am excited to be joining the KFCU team during this time of new leadership and market expansion while we empower the financial independence of our members,” he said.

“We are equally thrilled to bring Weatherly to our team,” said Matt Rarden, KFCU President & CEO. “His expertise is a welcome addition as we look to add new branches and expand our portfolio of services.”

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