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Joining our GE Credit Union family means that you become part of a membership that’s over 26 thousand members strong and growing with over $210 million in assets. At GE Credit Union, we put you first—your money and your dreams—and are committed to helping you achieve those dreams through quality member focused financial services.  And, your convenience is also at the forefront of everything we do. We’ve made it a priority to grow with banking technology and offer you secure ways to bank from anywhere—on your terms—with online banking, online approvals, and even remote capture for check deposits.

Join us and you’ll enjoy:

  • Great low rates
  • High interest dividends
  • Competitive loan rates
  • Convenient online banking
  • Remote Deposit Capture
  • Quick online loan applications and approvals
  • Thousands of surcharge-free ATMs
  • Tons of member perks

Find out how you’re eligible to join today. Learn more about our Select Employment Groups, (SEG), or become a SEG, today! When you do, all your employees can benefit, too!

The Credit Union Difference

A credit union is different than a bank. In fact, we think that we’re better. Better for your finances, better for your community… just better. Why? Because the credo of a credit union has been and will always be “people helping people”. With a credit union, we don’t have shareholders calling the shots. We aren’t beholden to anyone but our membership—because when you’re a member of our credit union, you’re part owner of the organization and have a direct impact on the direction we take. We also have a member-elected Board of Directors that makes every decision with your best interest in mind.

And, since credit unions are non-profits, all the earnings are returned to you in the form of lower fees, lower rates, and high interest yields.

And! Your money is safe because it’s insured up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration, or NCUA—a special organization just for Credit Unions.

This short video will explain all the benefits to being a part of your local Connecticut credit union.


At GE Credit Union, we all share a common bond with one another, just like a family. Because our credit union isn’t open to the public (well in some areas we are!), our members are all employees of different Select Employment Groups, or SEGs.

With only a $25 initial deposit in a Share Account, you or any of your immediate family can become a member. And, once you’re a member, you’re one for life—no matter where you work or relocate. All you have to do is maintain a $25 balance.

View the SEG List to find out if your employer is a GE Credit Union Select Employment Group. If not, just bring this letter to your HR Department—its that simple to become one!

Membership Application

Become a SEG, today!

GE Credit Union’s membership is made up of Select Employment Groups, or SEGs. When you offer your employees membership with GE Credit Union, they can enjoy all the great benefits that come along with being a member like low APRs on loans, high dividend yields on investments, convenient banking solutions, and more.

Employees and their families can join, and once they join, they’re always a member.

Becoming a SEG is simple! Just send us a letter, like this sample letter. It’s that easy. There’s no cost to you. Once the NCUA approves your request, your employees can start taking advantage of all the benefits we have to offer.

Need a quick refresher on all the great benefits a credit union can offer your employees? Watch this short video!

About Us

GE Credit Union was established in 1940 when a group of General Electric employees pooled their money to start a small, but dedicated credit union called General Electric Conduit and Wire Credit Union. They made their newly formed credit union’s purpose to provide a safe and reliable place for General Electric’s Code Wire Department’s employees and their immediate family members to put their hard earned money. It was a success and by the end of the first year, they had 123 members—and things grew from there.

By 1985, the Credit Union changed its name to General Electric Employees Federal Credit Union and by the end of that decade; they met their 15 thousand member mark with just over 22 million in assets.

Finally, in 2014, our name was changed again—to what you know us as—GE Credit Union.

Over the years, there have been lots of changes. But the original intent and drive behind the mission has remained the same. To provide a safe, reliable place for you to keep your hard earned money, that offers you the most benefits possible, and provides stellar member-focused service– all to help you achieve your financial dreams.

Because it’s your money. Your dreams. And our commitment.

Management & Board of Directors

You can be sure that, at GE Credit Union, your money is in good hands. Our team of Management, Staff and Board of Directors are always hard at work with your best interest in mind.

Management Team
Christopher A. Moran President and Chief Executive Officer
Allan Abelson Chief Financial Officer
Judy Leonardo Vice President, Branch Operations
Lou Papageorge Vice President, Compliance & Regulation
Agnes M. Prete Manager Member Services/VISA Coordinator
Al Salee Vice President, Information Technology
Tom Gerrity Vice President, Lending
Shawnna White Director of Marketing
Area Managers
Brenda Hernandez Puerto Rico - Manager
Janice Snyder Valley Forge - Manager
Judy Leonardo Syracuse - Manager
Lisa May Virginia - Supervisor
Griselle White Connecticut - Manager
Board of Directors
William Ryan Chairman
Michael Valentino Vice Chairman
Michael LoStocco Treasurer
Steven Pepe Secretary
Louis Fantarella Director
Eugene Torrenti Director
Christopher Moran Director
Supervisory Committee
Louis Fantarella Chairman
Donald Langreich Committee Member
Mark Lightowler Committee Member


Don’t just go to a job every day. Wake up every morning and start your day building a career you can be proud of.

At GE Credit Union, you’ll be a part of an organization that cares about its members. We make a commitment to them to provide the highest quality financial service possible, all so they can achieve their dreams. It’s because of our team of talent that our membership stays loyal.  Our team is what makes us great.

Collection Manager

Manages the delinquent loan portfolio and collection personal. Identifies trends and reports on elements of risk including delinquency, bankruptcy, repossessions, foreclosures, and liquidations.  This position is hands on and has a direct impact regarding the mitigation and recovery of credit union losses.

  • Provide professional, friendly, accurate service and support to all members and associates while ensuring direct reports do the same.
  • Maintains the credit union’s targeted delinquency and charge off ratios. 
  • Ensures all collections activities and loan modifications comply with regulatory requirements and established Credit Union policies and procedures. 
  • Prepares monthly, quarterly and annual reports for the senior management, board of directors and regulatory agencies.
  • Demonstrates sustained regulatory compliance as evidenced by no repeat findings on internal, external, regulatory audits or exams.
  • Has a working knowledge of current state and federal regulations, general accounting principles and audit techniques, and regularly communicates best practices to staff concerning application of compliance rules in financial industry.
  • Performs collection duties personally or through subordinates and/or vendors. Oversees the activities of the collections staff, providing leadership and guidance.
  • Takes action to repossess, foreclose, and take possession of collateral security involved in delinquent loans. Conducts evaluations of collateral security and arranges for the disposition of it. Manages OREO properties and repossessed assets after the Credit Union assumes ownership.
  • Represents the credit union in court concerning legal processes connected with collection, bankruptcy, and other creditor/debtor situations. Attends hearings concerning bankruptcy and presents testimony on behalf of the credit union.
  • Note observations of employee performance into appropriate reporting tool, as well as give and receive feedback from employees, on a regular basis.
  • Responsible for hiring, directing, training, motivating and monitoring staff to meet the daily operational needs of the collections function.
  • Supports strategic direction of credit union through specialized projects as assigned.
  • Works with attorneys, auditors, and examiners in the development of appropriate controls to ensure compliance.
  • Review and respond to member credit disputes via E-Oscar.


  • Bachelor’s degree in business, finance or accounting or equivalent work experience.
  • 5 years of experience in the financial industry, preferably in a Credit Union/Bank or similar environment. 
  • Bank regulatory compliance in the Federal Debt Collection Practices and Consumer finance Protection Bureau regulations.
  • Minimum of three years’ experience in a management role required.
  • The Ability to works with others including personnel of service and system providers, credit card companies, credit bureaus, insurance companies, and collateral protection agencies – standard procedures and processes are in place that minimize risk.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office as well as a familiarity with state and federal regulations.
  • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, policy and procedure manual.
  • Excellent analytical ability to be able to conduct thorough research, interprets and understands laws and regulations, and provides appropriate recommendations.

We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.
For confidential consideration, please submit résumé with salary requirements to collectorop@myGECreditUnion.com

Member Services Representative - Valley Forge, PA.

The right candidate will demonstrate friendliness, strong interpersonal skills, a professional demeanour, and williness to contribute to a team environment to provide an exceptional experience for every member, every time. Emphasis will be on pairing our members with the right products/services and information in order to enhance their financial experience.

Duties include, but are not limited to, assisting members with all basic aspects of their accounts-deposits, withdrawals, loan payments, payroll, electronic access, etc. Provide prompt, efficient and courteous service, with a goal of creating an atmosphere that makes members want to do business with us and refer their family and friends. 

Qualified candidates will have a high school diploma or equivalent, prior cash handling experience, and good credit. Attention to detail, good communication and organizational skills, math and proficient computer skills are required.Prior banking/credit union or member/customer service experience is a plus. Please send your resume to Janice.snyder@myGECreditUnion.com

We invite you to be a part of it.

Submit your resume to hr@mygecreditunion.com, today!

Not a GE Credit Union member yet? See how you qualify to join! Or, call 800-992-8472 or come visit us at any of our branches, today!

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When you’re a member of GE Credit Union, you put your money in our hands. And in return, we provide you with a commitment to provide quality financial service—complete with great low rates on loans and credit cards, high dividend yields on savings accounts, and more.

In addition to all the benefits that come with being a member of GE Credit Union, we also throw in some perks!

We’ve partnered with many name brand companies to offer you discounts, special pricing, and additional services—just for being a member of GE Credit Union!


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New England College of Business

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As a member of GE Credit Union, you can receive approximately a 25% reduction in tuition rates to attend New England College of Business.

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