May 26, 2019
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Town and Country FCU promotes Bellefleur to vice president of Mortgage Lending

Community Author: Jon Paradise
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Whitney Fox | Contributed
Whitney Fox | Contributed
Lisa Bellefleur

SCARBOROUGH — Town & Country FCU, Maine’s largest credit union with nearly 40,000 members and third largest in assets at $386 million, has announced that Lisa Bellefleur has been promoted to vice president of Mortgage Lending. She replaces Michael Martin, who has been the CU’s Mortgage Services Manager since 2013, and has announced his retirement at the end of March.

Effective immediately, Bellefleur will assume the responsibility of managing the day-to-day operations of the entire Mortgage Lending Department, paving the way for a smooth transition with Martin’s retirement. In her second stint with Town & Country, Lisa originally joined the credit union in 1990, and held a variety of positions during the twelve years she was with the credit union. Lisa returned to the credit union in 2015, and has held the position of Mortgage Services Liaison since that time.

“Lisa brings significant experience to her new position, and we look forward to utilizing her background as we continue to grow our mortgage department programs and services. She developed many strong relationships in her previous position, and is well-respected for her knowledge and expertise,” remarked David Libby, President and CEO of Town & Country FCU.

About Town & Country Federal Credit Union
As the third largest credit union in the state of Maine, Town & Country is a full-service financial institution offering a wide range of financial products and services to people who live or work in Cumberland and York Counties. Designated as one of Maine’s ‘Best Places to Work’ for the past seven years, the credit union has more than 38,500 members, $386 million in assets, and operates six branches in Saco, South Portland, Portland, and Scarborough. To learn more, visit www.tcfcu.com.