Longtime Director of Tinker Federal Credit Union Retires | Journal of Credit Unions
Michael Kloiber will retire as President and CEO of Tinker Federal Credit Union in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the end of August.
The institution with $ 5.7 billion assets said last week that David Willis, co-chairman and COO of the credit union, had been chosen as Kloiber’s successor and will take the helm next month.
Kloiber worked at Tinker FCU, Oklahoma’s largest credit union by assets, for 33 years, 25 of which as CEO.
“I have had the privilege of working with Mike Kloiber his entire career as President / CEO. During this time, Mike has led TFCU to an incredible level of success, and he has been an inspiration to all of us with his leadership and professionalism, ”said Sheila Jones, President of Tinker, in a press release.
During his tenure as CEO, Kloiber saw TFCU’s membership grow from 155,000 in 1995 to almost 420,000 at the end of 2020.
Kloiber and his wife, Pam, created a program to pair first-time enlisted service members stationed at nearby Tinker Air Force Base with mentoring foster families to provide them with a safe and stress-free home environment. Over the past eight years, the program has placed 1,026 military personnel and currently has 71 foster families.
“Together, we have taken TFCU to the highest peaks, and I think the best years are yet to come,” Kloiber said in the statement. “Longevity and premium service are the keys to our future success. “