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Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union Welcomes New Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer

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LOWELL, MA – Mark S. Cochran, President and Chief Executive Officer of Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union, is proud to welcome Jeffrey Turcotte as Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer.

Turcotte joins Jeanne D’Arc from Workers Credit Union in Fitchburg, MA, where he served as Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer for the past five years.  He has a combined 23 years of experience in the banking industry.

“I’m excited to join the team at Jeanne D’Arc. My goal is to create partnerships within the business community so I can assist them in meeting their financial goals.”

Residing in Leominster, Massachusetts, Turcotte is married and has two grown children. He holds a BS and an MBA in Business Management from Fitchburg State University. Additionally, Turcotte is the former Board President of the Middlesex West Chamber of Commerce.

About Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union:

Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union was established in 1912 and is a full-service, community-based financial cooperative. Locally owned by 92,000 members with $1.6 billion in assets, Jeanne D’Arc operates eight full-service branches in Lowell, Dracut (2), Tyngsboro, Chelmsford, Methuen and Westford, Massachusetts and Nashua, New Hampshire; high-school branches at Lowell High, Dracut High and Nashua High School South; a loan center in Lowell; and a mortgage center in Chelmsford.

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