New hires, promotions at Town and Country Credit Union

Town and Country Credit Union has hired two new staff members in Minot and promoted two existing employees in Kenmare and Stanley.

Meli-ssa Hubble joined Town and Country Credit Union as a plastics specialist in the Minot Main location. Hubble began her career in banking as a teller at Town and Country Credit Union in Kenmare in 2006. She relocated but continued her career over the last 12 years taking on duties in banking, operations, HR, compliance and benefits administration. Now that she’s back at Town and Country Credit Union as the plastics specialist, Hubble manages the credit union’s credit and debit card programs, as well as assisting members with Health Savings Accounts.

Kelsey Mahone was recently hired as the assistant branch manager of the Minot Main location. A native of Macon, Ga., Mahone moved to Minot five years ago. She brings four years of experience to this role, including serving as a teller manager and personal loan specialist. As the assistant branch manager, she will assist with the everyday management of the member services team and continue to build a positive environment for all members. Mahone specializes in cross-selling, lending and relationship building.

Andrea Stone was recently promoted to assistant branch manager of the Stanley location. Stone has been with Town and Country for five and a half years as a member services representative prior to this promotion. In this new role, Andrea will focus on business and personal accounts, credit cards, consumer lending and manage the everyday operations of the member services team.

Tammy Knutson was recently promoted to assistant branch manager of the Kenmare office. Knutson joined Town and Country in November 2016 and has over 15 years of member services, accounting and credit management experience. She holds a degree from Northwest Technical College in East Grand Forks. In this position, Knutson will handle day-to-day management of the member services team, as well as assist with opening new accounts and auto and personal loans.

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