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Retirement Announcement

After 25 years at Foothill Credit Union, our CEO, Brian Hall, announces his retirement.

After 25 years, our CEO Brian Hall will be retiring from Foothill Credit Union.  Brian joined the Foothill team as CEO in 1995, and has worked with our board of directors, team and members for over 25 years. During that time, Brian led the organization from 15,000 members with assets of $50 million to the credit union now serving nearly 30,000 members with assets over $650 million.

Mr. Hall stated in our annual report, “At the end of June, I will be retiring, starting a new chapter with my family. The experience of working with the board and team members has brought me much joy and satisfaction and I’m grateful for the wonderful experience. Foothill has a dedicated and talented team that has enabled healthy growth for the organization and opportunity for many team members. My thanks to the many members I’ve had the opportunity to assist with your financial needs, it has been a pleasure.”

During his 25 years of service, Brian has helped Foothill through exciting yet challenging times, with one goal in mind: our members. He has engaged the team and members with commitment to building strong, collaborative relationships all while leaving lasting impressions. The Foothill team wishes him and his family a fun, eventful and happy retirement!

Foothill’s Board of Directors remained committed to finding a successor who will, not only be a good fit for the credit union, but continue the commitment of serving our schools and hospitals along with our other businesses in the community. With that, we welcome Michael Terzian as Foothill Credit Union's new CEO as of July 1, 2021. Mr. Terzian joins us from Partners Federal Credit Union (serving the Disney company), where he oversaw Marketing and Business Development, Branch Operations and wealth management. He was also responsible for the coordination and leadership of senior leaders with teams in California and Florida.

 

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Brian Hall, Foothill Credit Union CEO