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LIVE OAK, Texas – In conjunction with the continuing expansion and growth of Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union, several members of the credit union's staff will assume expanded responsibilities as well.

Jimmy Junkin has been named Executive Vice President. Junkin began his career at RBFCU in 1993 and most recently served the credit union as senior vice president of finance. In his new position, Junkin will supervise both finance and information systems.

John Kelly has been named Executive Vice President. In this position, Kelly will supervise planning, market development and branch operations, continuing the cohesive integration of technology into the credit union's member service efforts. Kelly, a 16-year member of the RBFCU team, currently leads the construction efforts on the credit union's administrative service center.

Mark Sekula has been named Executive Vice President/Chief Lending Officer. During his 10 years of service with RBFCU, Sekula has supervised several lending functions within RBFCU, including business services and consumer lending. In his new position, he will lead these departments, as well as overseeing collections and mortgage lending.

Robert Zearfoss has been named Executive Vice President. Zearfoss, who has been with RBFCU since 1991, previously led the mortgage team and will now oversee all credit union service operations (CUSOs) including Randolph Brooks Services Group, the credit union's investment and financial planning team.

"As we implement these changes to prepare for a successful future, we are confident in the leadership we have selected for this credit union," said Randy M. Smith, President/CEO for RBFCU. "Each of these individuals has shown strategic vision and produced exemplary results in their past roles. We anticipate continuing growth and advancement as they assume additional responsibilities in their new positions."

About Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union

Established in 1952, Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution whose mission is to improve members' economic well-being and quality of life. With assets exceeding $4.3 billion, RBFCU serves more than 350,000 members from 38 branch locations throughout South Central Texas.