Serve Credit Union, a financial cooperative founded in the “people helping people” spirit in 1931 to serve Des Moines police officers and their families, is pleased to announce the appointment of Wesley Krenz as its Chief Financial Officer. Krenz will oversee and manage the financial and accounting functions of the credit union.
“Wesley possesses extensive expertise across financial and business operations and brings years of experience within the credit union industry,” said Jami Weems, CEO of Serve. “Finding the right CFO is no small task, but Wesley’s broad experience makes him the right choice to lead our financial operations and support our continued growth.”
Krenz has more than 13 years of financial and operational experience. Prior to Serve, Krenz spent 11 years at Community 1st Credit Union in Ottumwa, Iowa as both a regional and branch manager. He was responsible for the administration and daily operations of six full-service financial branches, as well as a call center. Krenz received his bachelor’s degree in both accounting and finance at Buena Vista University in 2016 and is currently enrolled at the University of Iowa to receive his MBA.
Krenz is actively involved in the community as well as the credit union industry serving on various boards and non-profit organizations in Ottumwa.
“I am honored to join the Serve team to help drive further operational excellence and growth for the credit union,” said Krenz. “Continuing my work in this industry allows me to make a difference in the financial lives of the members we serve.”
Read more about Serve and its unique membership at https://www.servecu.org/.
Author: Mike Lawson
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