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Community 1st Credit Union names Fleig mortgage originator at Fairfield; Morrissey earns certificate from Consumer Credit School; Yoder earns certificate from Consumer Credit School

Mar 26, 2018
Marc Fleig

Community 1st Credit Union names Fleig mortgage originator at Fairfield

Community 1st Credit Union announces Marc Fleig has been named mortgage originator at the Fairfield branch.

The Fairfield native graduated from Pekin High School in 2008 and has spent the majority of his professional working career in the Fairfield area, including the last four years at Cambridge Investment Research as a trainer and team lead.

Fleig is an involved member of the community and resides in Fairfield with his wife, Kyia, daughter, Amelia, and son, Elijah.

Morrissey earns certificate from Consumer Credit School

Dena Morrissey of Iowa State Bank & Trust Co., Fairfield, successfully completed the Iowa Bankers Association Consumer Credit School March 5-9 in Ankeny.

The school is an intense one-week program sponsored by the Iowa Bankers Association. The purpose of the IBA Consumer Credit School is to prepare consumer credit personnel who want to broaden their consumer credit knowledge or who have not been exposed to formal consumer credit education, to serve effectively and profitably as consumer credit officers. This is accomplished by developing a better understanding of the consumer credit function, deepening the comprehension of the managerial aspects of consumer credit operations and developing and refining the administrative and human relations skills necessary to meet the credit needs of their customers.

Morrissey is the vice president, customer service manager, and has been with the bank since 1996. She manages all front-line deposit staff that have direct contact and communication with customers every day.

Yoder earns certificate from Consumer Credit School

Bailie Yoder of Washington State Bank, Fairfield, completed the Iowa Bankers Association Consumer Credit School March 5-9 in Ankeny.

The school is an intense one-week program sponsored by the Iowa Bankers Association. Its purpose is to prepare consumer credit personnel who want to broaden their consumer credit knowledge or who have not been exposed to formal consumer credit education, to serve effectively and profitably as consumer credit officers. This is accomplished by developing a better understanding of the consumer credit function, deepening the comprehension of the managerial aspects of consumer credit operations and developing and refining the administrative and human relations skills necessary to meet the credit needs of their customers.

Yoder, a Fairfield native, returned home after earning her business degree from the University of Iowa in 2011. She has been in the banking industry for six years and with Washington State Bank for three, where she serves as a personal banker and lender.

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