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CFCU'S CAROL BREWER RETIRING AFTER 28 YEARS

After over 28 years of service, Carol Brewer is retiring from Chetco Federal Credit Union (CFCU).

Brewer began her career with CFCU in 1979 as a teller and has since worked as an office manager, share draft clerk, loan clerk, computer operator, assistant vice president (AVP) systems manager, AVP branch manager and finally as vice president of branch operations.

"Carol has been a tremendous asset to CFCU and this community," said Stan Baron, president and chief executive officer. "We wish her the best in her well-deserved retirement."

"I grew up loving CFCU," Brewer said. "My grandparents, George and Ethel Hannan, were charter members and I remember going to the annual meetings with them when I was just a child.

"I have been a part of CFCU for 28 years and know that CFCU's mission statement, ‘Dedicated to Helping People,' is not just a catchy phrase, but has been demonstrated over and over again in the lives of our members. I am honored to be a part of CFCU's history."

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