New hires bring experience to STCU business services and commercial lending team

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With demand increasing for business and commercial services, the regionís largest credit union has beefed up its commercial and business division with newcomers bring decades of experience to an already-seasoned team.

Those recently added to the staff are:

• Christie Moore, STCU commercial banking manager, who comes to STCU with 21 years of experience at financial institutions, most recently as a commercial loan officer at Numerica Credit Union.

• Kerri Schoolcraft, business banking administrator, who worked 16 years at Washington Trust Bank, most recently as commercial real estate operations manager. She has a bachelorís degree in business administration, management and operations from University of Phoenix.

• Sean Gilbert, STCU commercial banking officer, who was vice president and commercial relationship manager with Banner Bank (previously AmericanWest Bank) for 15 years. A former Marine, Gilbert holds a finance degree from Eastern Washington University and is a graduate of Washington Bankers Association Executive Development Program.

• Walter Coleman, STCU Business Banking Officer, with nine years of retail, business and cash management experience with U.S. Bank.

Founded by educators in 1934, STCU is a member-owned, not-for-profit cooperative with more than 171,000 members, $2.7 billion in total assets, and 21 branch locations.

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