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Del-One Federal Credit Union recently announced the addition of Kristen Saito as the new Director of Lending. Kristen comes to Del-One with over 20 years in the banking/credit union industry and will be graduating from Western CUNA Management School this month.

Kristen most recently worked as the AVP of Lending at Premier Members Credit Union in Boulder, Colorado. She has two biological children and has raised an additional five through foster and foreign exchange programs. Kristen’s mother also resides with her and her spouse.

Additional updates to the Del-One team include the promotion of Marc Kidwell to Chief Information Officer. Marc began his career with the credit union in 2006 as an Information Systems Specialist. Marc was then promoted throughout the years to Systems Analyst, Systems Administrator, and Director of Information Technology. Also promoted was Justin Smith as Director of Technology. Justin started with Del-One in 2009 as an Information Technology Intern, and was then promoted throughout his career to Systems Analyst, Network Support Technician, Sr. Network Analyst, and was the Assistant Director of Technology for Del-One.

 

 

Pictured L-R: Director of Information Technology Justin Smith, Director of Lending Kristen Saito & Chief Information Officer Marc Kidwell

Del-One Federal Credit Union is $481 million in assets with 11 full service branch locations throughout Delaware, and over 67,000 members. Visit www.del-one.org for more information.

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