Anne McClure, who joined Cabrillo Credit Union in 1992, has been named its new CEO.
McClure has been serving as interim CEO since May, a promotion from her previous role as chief operations officer.
McClure takes over for Dean Odle, whom the credit union hired in April of 2017 following the retirement of Robin Lentz, who led the institution for 37 years.
Odle left after about a year at the helm; a spokesperson for Cabrillo said he had “left to pursue other opportunities,” but declined to say more. Odle had previously been chief retail officer at Public Service Credit Union in Lone Tree, Colorado.
Cabrillo Credit Union’s board of directors announced McClure’s appointment in a June 27 news release.
Previous to her C-suite roles, McClure served as the credit union’s senior vice president of human resources and compliance. She started at the credit union as vice president of marketing after entering the banking industry in 1989.
“Her experience as a dedicated credit union executive of more than 26 years has prepared her well for this new leadership role and we feel Anne will continue to expand, position and strengthen Cabrillo for many years to come,” said Bruce May, board chairman.
McClure earned a bachelor’s degree in English from UC Irvine and graduated from the Western CUNA Management School, according to the credit union.
Cabrillo Credit Union has more than 70 employees, 22,000 members and branches in La Mesa, downtown San Diego, Carlsbad, Chula Vista and Scripps Ranch.
Established in 1955 to serve Border Patrol agents in San Diego, the credit union today also serves other federal agencies in the San Diego area, Sharp HealthCare and Carlsbad city employees. It is open to anyone who lives or works in San Diego County.
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