RAPID CITY, S.D. (Jan. 22, 2019) — Sentinel Federal Credit Union is excited to announce a new hire and recent staff promotion at our branch located in Rapid City on Haines Ave.
Trisha Stewart has been promoted to our Haines Branch Manager/Financial Services Officer. Trisha has been with the Credit Union for seven years and has held various positions within Sentinel starting as a teller and then as a Financial Services Representative before her most recent promotion to Haines Branch Manager/Financial Services Officer. “Trisha brings valuable experience to her position,” said Vice President/Consumer Lending Manager, Sheila Hanneman. “Her years of dedicated service to Sentinel are an asset to our members and our team.” As Branch Manager, Trisha will be responsible for day-to-day operations of the Haines Branch as well as business development; and, as Financial Services Officer her duties will include assisting members with their consumer lending needs and providing quality member service to help the Credit Union’s members achieve their financial goals.
Kammy Scally joined Sentinel Federal Credit Union as a Financial Services Officer. “Kammy’s previous financial service experience and her passion to help meet the financial needs of our members will be a huge asset to the Credit Union as we continue to grow and develop our team,” said Sheila. In her role, Kammy’s duties will include assisting members with their consumer lending needs and providing quality member service to help the Credit Union’s members achieve their financial goals.
Sentinel Federal Credit Union offers a full range of financial services including mortgage lending and business lending, serving nine South Dakota counties with seven convenient branches. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Custer, Lawrence, Meade, Pennington, Gregory, Lyman, Mellette, Todd and Tripp counties in South Dakota and their immediate family members. The Credit Union has been guarding and protecting the financial well-being of its members since 1955.