See You Later Bev!

[ 2 ] November 28, 2016 |


Bev has officially retired on 11/25. Many tellers did not have the opportunity to work close with Bev, but I have had the pleasure of growing extremely close to her over my past year of working together at the IAA branch. She was always there to help someone no matter what the circumstance may be, she is one the hardest working women that I know, and she has a huge generous heart.

Bev was a business teacher in Colfax for 13 years. Can you believe that some of her students are even members of the IAACU today! Bev and her husband Jim also ran their own electrical contracting business for 31 years where she would assist with the daily office work. She has now been with the credit union for almost 4 years. She will be dearly missed by our members as she provides them with the most excellent customer service.

I will truly miss her spit-fire attitude, struggles with technology, constant laughing, splitting La Gondola, black tea and ice every morning, and goofiness, but most of all I will miss all of her motherly life advice. As sad as I am to not be able to work next to her every day, I am thrilled for her new adventures where she will be able to relax and spend much more quality time with her family.

Good luck on your new journey Bev from all of us at IAA Credit Union!

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Hello! I have been with IAACU since August of 2011. I am a Member Development Rep. You might have talked to me a few times on the phone or through e-mail.

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  1. Kathy Blue says:

    Very well said Lynnsey! I enjoyed every day working side by side with her over the years, there was never a dull moment!!!She is truely one of a kind,so loving, giving, caring, and has the biggest heart of anyone I know. The members absolutely loved her! She will be missed by all. Best of luck in your retirement Bev, you deserve the very best.
    God Bless You Every Day!!

  2. Sean says:

    We will truly miss you Bev, Best wishes in retirement! And great send-off Lynnsey!!

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