CEO shake up for Northern Savings

In less than a year, the president and CEO of Northern Savings Credit Union has stepped down.

Geoff Grodecki

In less than a year, the president and CEO of Northern Savings Credit Union quietly stepped down. Geoff Grodecki came to Prince Rupert in May 2016 from the Macklin Credit Union in Saskatchewan.

The credit union announced his departure in a press release on Oct. 7, 2016. Since then, the board of directors appointed Fay Brooker as the interim CEO, and the search for a new CEO continues.

The previous CEO Ken Doleman served two years and left in March 2015, which led to a national search to find the right candidate to fill the position.

The credit union searched for someone “who will be here for many years to come as a strong employer for our staff and a valuable contributor to our communities,” as stated in the press release that announced Grodecki’s appointment as CEO in 2016.

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