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Owens Joins Truliant Team as Manager in Asheboro

Owens Joins Truliant Team as Manager in Asheboro

Release date: 11/18/2014

Winston-Salem, N.C. (Nov. 18, 2014) – Truliant Federal Credit Union has named Jamie Owens as Member Financial Center Manager of its Asheboro branch at 1055 E. Dixie Drive.

As manager, Owens will be responsible for local member outreach and represent Truliant in the Asheboro community. She will be responsible for ensuring caring and capable personal attention for Truliant member-owners, cultivating business partner relationships, growing membership and instilling a culture that helps member-owners their elevate personal financial standing.

"Jamie has a background of hard work and dedication in Randolph County. As the face of Truliant here, she will be vital to delivering on our mission to improve the financial lives of member-owners while keeping their best interest at heart," said Rik Kielbasa, senior vice president member experience.

A native of the Asheboro area, where her family owns and operates a dairy farm, Owens graduated from Southwestern Randolph High School and earned a degree in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina – Greensboro. She is a past graduate of the North Carolina Bankers Association's School of Banking. Owens has more than 15 years of experience with financial institutions in Randolph County and is a former CommunityOne Bank manager. She continues to volunteer with Leadership Randolph and is a member of the executive committee for the Zooland Civitan Club. She is also a former American Business Women's Association Woman of the Year. Owens and her husband, Lonnie, have a son, Walker.

Owens said credit unions' willingness to truly listen to members' wants, then catering a solution that fits them, gives it a major advantage over shareholder centric financial institutions.

"The credit union offers so many more ways to help when it really matters. My entire career has been fueled by my passion for putting people first and always doing what is right for them," Owens said. "I'm excited to join Truliant and be able to provide the best products and services to my family, neighbors and friends."