Beth Meyer

FIREFIGHTERS COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION

Beth Meyer has been a dedicated member of the FFCCU family for over 25 years. Her career trajectory has been marked by a commitment to service and a passion for financial empowerment.

After starting her journey in 1996 as a teller, Beth seized an opportunity to transition into the lending department as a loan analyst. Here, she played a pivotal role in assisting members with applying for consumer loans and guiding them towards improving their credit health.

Recognized for her expertise and dedication, Beth was promoted to the position of Loan Officer, where she spent 13 years meticulously reviewing and decisioning loans submitted by members. Eager to expand her horizons, Beth embraced several roles in management, overseeing operations across various credit union branches.

However, Beth's heart has always been in lending. Driven by her passion for helping members achieve their dreams, she transitioned back into lending in the role of Mortgage Loan Originator, where she assists members in securing their dream homes and guiding them through the homebuying process.

Beyond her professional achievements, Beth finds joy in spending quality time outdoors, camping and boating with her husband and children. She is an avid supporter of her children's athletic endeavors, often found cheering them on from the sidelines of baseball, softball, basketball, and volleyball games. With a blend of expertise, passion, and a deep commitment to community, Beth Meyer continues to make a difference in the lives of FFCCU members every day.

Beth Meyer

Education

University of Toledo

Expertise

Consumer Lending, Mortgage Lending, Customer Service

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