Brad R. Warner has been named President/CEO at Patriot Federal Credit Union, a $545 million credit union serving Franklin and Fulton Counties and the borough of Shippensburg, Pennsylvania and Washington County, Maryland.
With more than 35 years in the financial services industry, Warner stepped in as interim CEO at the beginning of 2016 upon the retirement of former President/CEO Peggy Bosma-LaMascus. Warner most recently served as Patriot’s Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer, having rejoined the credit union in 2014 following a previous stint as Chief Financial Officer in 2010/2011.
Warner is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College with bachelor’s degrees in both Business Administration and Religion – Executive Leadership. He has served on numerous credit union boards and committees, is a former member of the Rotary Club of York, York Helping Hands for the Homeless and has been active as a volunteer youth wrestling coach. While living in their hometown of York, PA, Brad and his wife Karen of 37 years, raised two sons, Byron who graduated from Cornell University and Brady who graduated from New York University Stern Business School. Both sons work in banking in New York City.
Established in 1965, Patriot Federal Credit Union was Franklin County’s first community credit union. The 15th largest credit union in Pennsylvania, with $545 million in assets, Patriot ranks in the top 10% of credit unions nationwide. Federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration, Patriot serves more than 53,000 worldwide members with mobile and online banking, nine branch office locations and 19 ATMs.