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People & Places: Trademark Federal Credit Union welcomes new president and CEO Peter St. Onge.
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The Rangeley Health and Wellness board of directors has appointed Jennifer McCormack RN, BSN, MBA as the organization’s new executive director. McCormack will oversee all aspects of operations for Ascent physical therapy, children’s and seniors’ programming and services, and the fitness and wellness center, according to a news release from the board.
McCormack has held many leadership roles in cancer prevention, and community and mental health. For the last 25 years, McCormack was part of Franklin Community Health Network serving in the roles of patient support coordinator at Franklin Memorial Hospital, and as the community health clinical administrator and executive director of Healthy Community Coalition. She also served as interim executive director of River Valley Healthy Communities Coalition.
“Jennifer is passionate about improving the health and well-being of area residents and increasing access to health services for all. Her background and prior experience in health care will be invaluable in helping RHW carry out its mission,” said Patricia Butler, RHW board president.
McCormack earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Thomas College and a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree from Boston College.
McCormack, along with her husband, owns Mountain View Cottages in Oquossoc and dedicates her spare time to managing the business. She enjoys swimming, skiing, rollerblading and spending time with her two adult daughters.
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Trademark Federal Credit Union welcomes  lifelong Mainer Peter St. Onge as new president and CEO
Trademark Federal Credit Union has chosen Peter St. Onge, a seasoned credit union professional with a focus on member experience, to lead the organization into the future. St. Onge is a lifelong Mainer with a demonstrated history of success in the financial services industry, according to a news release from the institution. Trademark has branches in Augusta, Scarborough and South Portland.
After an extensive search, Trademark is delighted that their new leader has local roots right here in Maine. “I am a true Mainer at heart,” he says. “At my core, I believe in our state’s values, work ethic and sense of togetherness, which seamlessly fits into the credit union movement. I am thankful for the opportunity to be a part of Trademark’s very promising future, and I look forward to serving as their new president and CEO.”
St. Onge joins Trademark Federal Credit Union with 10 years of progressive experience in lending, providing tailored financial solutions and member experience, most recently serving as director of branch experience at Infinity Credit Union. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration from the University of Southern Maine and a Master of Business Administration degree from Charleston Southern University.
“We are all very excited to focus our energy on community and the credit union philosophy of people helping people. With Peter at the helm, strengthening those relationships with a positive message, we are confident he will lead us into a new level of success,” said Cindy Grasse, vice president of lending.
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