October 20, 2019
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Changing Seasons Federal Credit Union announces new CEO

Community Author: Dan Cashman, Sutherland Weston
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HAMPDEN — The Board of Directors of Changing Seasons Federal Credit Union has announced the hiring of Rob Picard as its new president and CEO.

Prior to joining Changing Seasons, Picard has spent more than 12 years in banking and finance. His previous experience includes heading member services and lending development for Franklin-Somerset Federal Credit Union. He has also held several leadership and managerial roles with Bank of America, Ameriprise Financial and TD Bank.

“I am excited for this incredible opportunity to lead a progressive and strong credit union with my new teammates,” said Picard. “We will work collectively in unison to provide exceptional handcrafted service to each member, every time. Through hard work and dedication we will exceed our desired goals and always place members and community at the core of what we do.”

Picard is replacing retiring CEO, Sue Cross. Cross has been at Changing Seasons for more than nine years.

“Rob is a passionate leader with a proven track record of helping employees and organizations grow and exceed their desired objectives,” said Cross. “He brings more than a decade of experience in banking, finance and leadership to Changing Seasons FCU, and everyone can be excited about what the future holds for this organization and its members.”

Picard lives in Vassalboro with his wife Kim and three daughters Ava, Kaylene and Adalyn. Picard is also a former professional golfer and enjoys playing with his family and friends.

For more information about Changing Seasons Federal Credit Union, visit ChangingSeasonsFCU.com.