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Daniel Wolford will succeed retiring CEO Jeffery Trickett, who has faithfully served at the credit union for 26 years.
Lebanon Federal Credit Union’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Daniel Wolford has been selected as the credit union’s new President/Chief Executive Officer effective June 1, 2022.
Daniel brings more than 19 years of credit union experience to his new position. He currently serves as the Executive Vice-President of Operations for Lebanon FCU which involves management of the credit unions retail, lending, call center, and facilities departments.
Daniel is a Lebanon County native and a long-time member of the credit union since 1995. He is a passionate advocate for the credit union movement and philosophy of people helping people.
Daniel completed his undergraduate degree from Lebanon Valley College with a degree in Political Science/Business Administration. He also graduated with honors from the Credit Union National Association’s Management School in partnership with the University of Wisconsin School of Business.
The Board recognizes the hard work and dedicated service of outgoing CEO Jeffery Trickett and wishes him well in his retirement. Jeff’s vision and leadership has paved the way for Lebanon FCU to grow to over $400 million in assets with more than 30,500 members.
Lebanon Federal Credit Union was founded in 1969 by Lebanon County ALCOA employees and later converted to a community charter. LFCU has grown to be a leader in financial services in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. The credit union provides lending, savings, and financial services to their members, which includes anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, or attends school in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.