Harvester Financial Credit Union, which serves Shelby and Marion counties, has named Bryan Fluke chief executive officer. He is a retired U.S. Army officer and has spent the last 13 years at Financial Center First Credit Union.

April 30, 2015

News Release

Indianapolis, Ind. — Harvester Financial Credit Union (HFCU) welcomes LTC (Retired) Bryan C. Fluke as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) as of April 7, 2015.

With 20 years of experience in the Financial Services Industry, 20 plus years of being an active duty Army Officer, a Bachelor of Science degree, and a Masters in Business Administration, Bryan brings a diverse background to further enhance our credit union.

Bryan has spent the last 13 years at Financial Center First Credit Union and is ready to use his skills to better our credit union. He has our members’ best interest in mind along with a clear vision for ensuring financial stability and member satisfaction. He also has a strong background in marketing which will prove to be a very beneficial attribute at HFCU.

Bryan is passionate to see the credit union move forward with new ideas while maintaining the integrity of HFCU. Joy Cooper, one of the branch managers at HFCU, said, “I am excited for the opportunities that will come about with our new CEO.”

Harvester Financial Credit Union offers membership for anyone who lives or works, in either Shelby County or Marion County (excluding Pike Township) and their family members can become a member of Harvester Financial Credit Union. They offer a variety of exceptional products and services for their members including, but not limited to, low interest loans, different share accounts, and low interest credit cards.

Source: Harvester Financial Credit Union

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