Leadership Announcement – April 2017

April 21, 2017 – Marine Credit Union announced several changes to its leadership in the last month that will support the company’s continued growth.

Erin Bailey has been named Branch Manager in Menomonie, Wis. Bailey began her career as Member Services Supervisor in Eau Claire in October 2014. In two years, she moved to the Chippewa Falls office and was promoted to Mortgage Loan Representative, before accepting this promotion.

Kellee Fabry has been named Branch Manager in Green Bay. Fabry joined Marine in March 2014 as a Consumer Loan Officer in Suamico. Over the next two years, she transitioned to Member Services Supervisor, Senior Consumer Loan Officer and Associate Branch Manager in Suamico, before becoming Branch Manager in Ripon in March 2016. Fabry will assume the role in Green Bay effective June 1.

Keith Meeks has been named Branch Manager in Ripon. Meeks began his career as a Consumer Loan Officer in Des Moines in October 2016. He will assume the role in Ripon effective May 15.

Marine is hiring for additional roles on its leadership team:

  1. Vice President of Loan Quality
  2. Finance Controller
  3. IT Business Applications Manager
  4. Consumer Loan Fulfillment Supervisor
  5. Consumer Loan Servicing Supervisor


About Marine Credit Union

Marine Credit Union is built upon the strong belief that members are more than a credit score, and we are committed to providing financial services to all members of the community—including those with past financial challenges. We will continue our long-standing tradition of delivering personalized lending solutions to fit our members’ individual needs. Marine Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving nearly 60,000 members with office locations in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. For more information, connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. 

About La Crosse, Wis.

Marine Credit Union is headquartered in La Crosse, Wis. Situated on the banks of the Mississippi River halfway between Minneapolis and Milwaukee, the growing community of 50,000 was named one of the 10 best small cities in America to start a business by Entrepreneur Magazine and one of the 15 best for economic health, affordability and quality of life by NerdWallet. The dynamic community is uniquely characterized for its health and wellness resources, outdoor recreation opportunities and family life focus. For more information, visit explorelacrosse.com.