Lisa Dykhoff came to PCCU in April 1991 and brought the credit union to the wider world. She oversaw the move out of the factory and built branches in Hagerstown, Richmond, and New Castle. She also opened membership to anyone who lives or works in Wayne or Henry counties, ensuring the credit union’s survival in the wake of local plant closures. For thirty years she has led the credit union through once in a lifetime events like the Great Recession and the current pandemic. Through all of these trials she has always kept the credit union focused on serving the members and their communities. In a time when thousands of small credit unions couldn’t find a way forward and were forced to merge into larger organizations, Lisa has maintained the credit union’s strength and independence, always looking to the future and putting people first.
After three decades of upholding the credit union and the people helping people philosophy, Lisa is ready to retire and pass the challenge on to the next generation of credit union leaders. Join us in thanking Lisa for her tireless service to PCCU on Friday, April 16th. From 2:00 pm until 6:00 pm, Lisa will be meeting members and well-wishers from the community in a drive through reception at the Hagerstown office. You’ll be able to drive up and wish her a happy retirement in a safe and socially distant manner from your vehicle in the parking lot of the credit union. Just follow the signs!
Lisa’s last day is Friday, April 23rd, and on that day she will be passing the baton to current VP of Marketing, Josh Haney. Josh has served PCCU members in numerous roles since joining the organization nearly sixteen years ago and was selected as Lisa’s successor after a six-month hiring process by the Board of Directors.