Gesa's president and CEO resigns

June 25, 2013 

— Christina Lethlean, Gesa Credit Union's President and CEO, is resigning as of July 5, Gesa’s chairman of the Board of Directors announced Tuesday.

Lethlean has said she decided to resign from Gesa to seek new challenges, according to a news release.

Gesa’s board of directors credits Lethlean for her foresight in augmenting Gesa’s products and services. That helped Gesa attract new businesses and members, according to a news release.

During Lethlean’s time with Gesa, financial performance improved and the credit union achieved significant milestones.

The board has appointed Don Miller, chief sales officer, as interim CEO. Miller’s appointment is effective immediately, according to a news release.

Miller has been with Gesa since 1987, and has served in a variety of executive roles throughout his career.

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