Notre Dame, IN – June 21, 2018 – Notre Dame Federal Credit Union (Notre Dame FCU) is pleased to announce David Morgan as their new Chief Credit Officer. With thirty years of experience in the financial industry, Morgan is proud to have begun his career as a credit union teller during college. After graduating from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts, Morgan went on to hold increasing positions of authority, all in the financial industry.
“David brings additional leadership strength to an already strong team,” said Tom Gryp, President and CEO at Notre Dame Federal Credit Union. Gryp continued, “I speak for the entire organization when I welcome him to the Notre Dame FCU family.”
Before being appointed to the Chief Credit Officer at Notre Dame Federal Credit Union, Morgan directed the national commercial loan operations for PNC Bank in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Prior to that role, he served as the Chief Lending Officer for a Michigan based credit union.
Morgan said, “I am excited to be working with a credit union that has such strong leadership, teamwork, and strong ties to the community.”
Morgan is passionate about serving his community. He was an active member of the Rotary Club in Livingston County, Michigan where he served as President. He has also been active with the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Red Cross and his local soccer boosters.
About Notre Dame FCU Notre Dame Federal Credit Union (Notre Dame FCU) is a not-for-profit financial cooperative. With assets exceeding $600 million and more than 57,000 members worldwide, Notre Dame FCU’s dedicated partners (employees), coupled with a wide array of financial services, provide members a personalized experience through the credit union’s nine convenient branch locations, its virtual branch (Shamrock Center), and through its robust online banking platform and mobile apps. Founded in 1941, Notre Dame FCU has grown from its origins in the Administration Building at the University of Notre Dame, and today serves over 900 affiliated groups. Visit us at www.NotreDameFCU.com.