Northern Savings names Barry Delany new interim president

NSCU has appointed a new interim president and CEO following the approval of a new vision and mission statement.

Northern Savings Credit Union has appointed a new interim president and CEO following the approval of a new vision and mission statement.

Barry Delany, who has spent more than 17 years in senior roles at Langley-based First West Credit Union, was named to the position on Aug. 11. Delany will fill the role Sharon Stromdahl was occupying following the March departure of president and CEO Ken Doleman, and the board of directors notes the search for a permanent CEO will begin shortly.

While Stromdahl was in the top spot, the board completed a review of its strategic direction and adopted a vision of “Neighbours helping neighbours to build sustainable communities” and a mission statement that reads “Strengthening our members, organization and communities through cooperative financial services”.


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