Sentinel Federal Credit Union Announces Staff Promotions

Mat RobertsBOX ELDER, S.D. (Jan. 24, 2019) — Sentinel Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the promotions of Mat Roberts and Pat Puckett.

Mat Roberts has been promoted to Financial Services Officer. Mat has been with the Credit Union for five years and has held various positions within Sentinel starting as a teller and then as a Financial Services Representative before his most recent promotion to Financial Services Officer. “Mat is a valuable member of our growing team at Sentinel,” said Vice President/Consumer Lending Manager, Sheila Hanneman. “He is well-recognized as a go-to team member and a trusted representative of the Credit Union.” As Financial Services Officer, Mat’s duties include assisting members with their consumer lending needs and providing quality member service to help the Credit Union’s members achieve their financial goals.

Pat PuckettPat Puckett has been appointed as a Financial Services Representative. Pat has 24 years of service with the Credit Union, originally starting with Rapid City Telco Federal Credit Union which then merged with Sentinel Federal Credit Union in 2015. She has worked in various areas including Operations, Accounting and Management. “Pat’s dedication to Sentinel and the team and her positive and upbeat personality are an asset to the Credit Union,” said Sheila. In her new position, Pat’s duties will also 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.

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