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Mecklin Promoted to Vice-President, Operations at THFCU

TWO HARBORS, Minn. – Two Harbors Federal Credit Union (THFCU) re­cently announced the pro­motion of Erin Mecklin to Vice President, Operations. Mecklin has been on the THFCU staff since 2011, most recently serving as Director of Member En­gagement, a role she has held for over six years.

“We’re excited to formal­ly welcome Erin to our ex­ecutive team,” said THFCU President/CEO Randy Wil­lert, “She has been a sig­nificant contributor to our strategic process for many years now and this recogni­tion is a long time coming.”

Mecklin replaces Jerry Hostetter, who retired from the role earlier this year. As Vice-President, Operations, she will be responsible for deposit services, member engagement, member edu­cation, and digital services.

Per Willert, all are roles that fit her experience and skill set: “Erin has been the driver behind several of our more popular initiatives, in­cluding Member Apprecia­tion, Community Involve­ment, and Youth Financial Education. She embraces any opportunity to help our members achieve their fi­nancial goals.”

Mecklin has a Bachelor of Arts in Management from the University of Wisconsin – Superior. She has contin­ued on an educational path since working for THFCU, participating in multiple training programs at the state and national levels. She is currently enrolled in the Minnesota Credit Union Network’s Trailblazers Ex­ecutive Readiness Program and Women’s Leadership Network. She was active in the Emerging Leaders Training Program for the Credit Union National As­sociation, and has received her Bank Secrecy Act Com­pliance Specialist Certifica­tion.

She is active in the com­munity with Winter Frolic, Boy Scouts, Two Harbors Curling Club, PTA, 4-H, and countless other parent volunteer opportunities.

“Simply put, Erin lives the THFCU mission,” said Willert, “She is right at home in a financial institu­tion that puts people first.”

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