December 13, 2016, Chesapeake – The ABNB Federal Credit Union (Chesapeake, VA) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Charles Anthony Mallon, Jr. as the organization’s next President/Chief Executive Officer. In keeping with their “Open, Honest, Hardworking” motto, the organization boasts that it has helped members save more than $40 million since 2011 by refinancing high interest rate loans. The selection of Mr. Mallon, a proven credit union executive, demonstrates the Board’s continued commitment to engage a management team dedicated to providing exceptional financial products and service to the ABNB FCU membership. “Mr. Mallon has proven to be a CEO who embodies the credit union philosophy of people helping people.  And the ABNB Board looks forward to his leadership and serving the Southeastern Hampton Roads and Currituck County, NC, communities”, according to Mrs. Melchers, Chairman ABNB Board.

Charlie Mallon has dedicated more than 26 years serving the members of Wright Patman Congressional Federal Credit Union.  Beginning his career at the credit union as a Member Service Representative; Mr. Mallon assumed the position of President and CEO in 2007.  Through his leadership at Congressional FCU, Charlie spearheaded the contemporary transformation of the credit union’s service and solutions culture.  As a result, the credit union increased market share through membership growth and greater product and service usage. “The CEO position at ABNB FCU represents an exciting opportunity to combine my personal and professional values with the credit union’s rich member service culture.  The credit union movement was founded on the vision of coworkers and neighbors joining together to assist each other financially…”People Helping People”; ABNB FCU is dedicated to making that vision a reality throughout the Hampton Roads community.  I look forward to working with the board of directors and leading the team of highly skilled professionals at ABNB FCU”, Mallon stated.

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