MnCUN Says Farewell to Dean Scholl
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Dean Scholl retired from the Minnesota Credit Union Network as Vice President of TruLync earlier this month. In his role, Scholl was responsible for the overall management of TruLync’s item processing services to ensure quality and professional services is provided to member credit unions.
TruLync™ offers credit unions and other financial institutions nationwide a complete suite of cost-effective technology solutions which improve operational efficiency, increase financial performance, reduce risk, and enrich member relationships.
Formerly operated under the name MnIPC, TruLync has provided credit unions with a cost-effective processing facility for more than 30 years and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Minnesota Credit Union Network (MnCUN).
During Scholl’s tenure, TruLync improved services including Incident Management, Support Desk, Updated Website and Invoice System and received overwhelming “excellent” and “good” service quality ratings in annual performance surveys.
“On behalf of the Minnesota Credit Union Network, I would like to thank Dean for his service to the credit union movement and congratulate him on his retirement,” said MnCUN President and CEO Mark Cummins.
Scholl joined TruLync in 2015 and previously held leadership positions at BNY Mellon, Fidelity National Informational Services (FIS) and Keystone Financial Inc., a Pennsylvania Bank Holding Company.
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