Mobiloil Credit Union promotes two

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Mobiloil Credit Union proudly announced two prestigious promotions on Jan. 24.

Jonathan Haskett was promoted to Vice President of Accounting and Finance, the company shared. Haskett has focused his career on financial institutions for 16 years with the past 10 years dedicated to Mobiloil Credit Union. 

Haskett earned his BBA in Accounting and Marketing in 2005 from Lamar University.   He is also a graduate of CUNA Management School, a SETX 40 Under 40 recipient and a contributing board member of the Sabine Chapter of Credit Unions.

“Jonathan brings a wealth of accounting and financial systems experience that will help accelerate our mission of innovation and growth,” said John Doucet, President and CEO of Mobiloil Credit Union. “I’m excited to welcome Jonathan Haskett to our senior management team and look forward to his continued contribution.”

Justin Sheffield was promoted to Vice President of Lending for the credit union. Sheffield has been in the financial institution industry for 16 years with the past nine years dedicated to Mobiloil Credit Union.

Sheffield earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics and a minor in General Business from Texas A&M University in 2004. He is also a graduate of CUNA Management School and graduate of Leadership of Southeast Texas, and he serves on the board of the Southwest CUNA Management Alumni Board. 

“Justin brings a great deal of knowledge and experience to our lending process,” said John Doucet, President and CEO of Mobiloil Credit Union. “I am proud to see Justin Sheffield added to our senior staff team and look forward to the great things he will accomplish in this role.”

About Mobiloil Credit Union

Mobiloil Credit Union was chartered in 1935 as Magnolia Employees Beaumont Texas Federal Credit Union. It was one of the first federal credit unions in the Jefferson County area. Their field of membership now includes: Chambers, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Newton, Orange and Tyler counties. Applicants that live, work, attend school or worship in any of those eight area counties, along with their immediate family, are eligible to establish a membership.

The membership has now exceeded over 50,000 members and assets in excess of $800 million, making Mobiloil Credit Union the largest credit union in the area. Over the years, they have maintained a competitive position among other financial institutions while adhering strictly to the philosophy of “people helping people.”