Credit union employee earns promotion


Staff Reports

Beacon Credit Union has named Trisha Loker to the position of chief credit officer.

In her role, Loker will direct all lending staff in the areas of processing, underwriting, credit analysis, loan review and technology, according to a news release from the credit union.

Her responsibilities also will include ensuring compliance with credit union lending policy, goals and objectives and ensuring all credit union policies and procedures comply with designated regulations.

“We are delighted to have Trisha as part of our executive team,” President/Chief Executive Officer Kevin Willour said. “Her experience and passion for financial services will allow us to continue to support our members and the growth of Beacon Credit Union.”

Loker has worked at Beacon Credit Union for more than 11 years. Prior to her promotion, she served as senior vice president of lending.

Loker received her bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from Purdue University and her master’s degree in management from Indiana Wesleyan University. She is a graduate from IBA Commercial Lending, Ag Lending and Advanced Ag Lending Schools.

She has a diverse interest and history in community involvement, including being chairwoman of the Wabash County Chamber of Commerce, treasurer of the Wabash County Fair Association, board member of the Wabash Kiwanis Club and member of the stewardship and finance committee at Wabash Friends Church. She currently attends Lafontaine Christian Church.

Loker resides in rural Wabash County with her husband and two children.

Since 1931, Beacon Credit Union has provided financial services responsive to the needs of its member-owners. Serving 50 Indiana counties, Beacon consists of more than 46,000 members and manages assets of $1.5 billion. Locally, there’s a branch in Seymour at 1459 W. Tipton St.

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