Pawtucket Credit Union announces promotions and new hire

Pawtucket Credit Union announces promotions and new hire

PAWTUCKET – George J. Charette, president and chief executive officer of Pawtucket Credit Union, announces the following promotions and new hire.

Valerie Pimenta has been promoted to executive vice president and chief financial officer and has overall responsibility for the financial function of the credit union. She has been with the credit union for 23 years, most recently serving as senior vice president and chief financial officer. She is a graduate of Brown University and holds bachelor degrees in both math and French. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Boys & Girls Club of Pawtucket.

Jamie McLean has joined the credit union as vice president of Real Estate Lending. Her overall responsibilities include overseeing the real estate lending function of the credit union including management of secondary market transactions, processes and procedures. McLean joins the credit union with over 21 years in the mortgage industry, most recently serving as assistant vice president at Southern Mass Credit Union and is a coach for the Carver Soccer Association.

Mark Peloquin has been promoted to vice president of Collections. He has been with the Credit Union for four years with over 30 years of experience in the banking industry, most recently serving as assistant vice president of Collections. He is responsible for the effective control of delinquency and losses including oversight of the collections department. He serves on the board of directors for the New England Adjustment Managers Association, is an NCAA Women’s College Basketball Official and an IAABO Board 84 High School Basketball Official.

Annette Smith has been promoted to vice president of Loan Servicing and has overall responsibilities of overseeing the loan servicing function of the credit union including Fannie Mae first mortgage pre-funding and post-closing quality control reviews along with ensuring adherence to regulatory and compliance requirements. She has been with the credit union for nearly 25 years, most recently serving as assistant vice president of Loan Servicing.