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Atlantic FCU President Roger Sirois Retires

After more than 30 years of dedicated service, Roger Sirois is retiring as President of Atlantic FCU.

Roger began his career as a teller and quickly moved into leadership positions. In 2008, Roger was appointed CEO of the credit union and in 2019, successfully guided Atlantic FCU’s merger with York County FCU.

In addition to his longtime leadership at Atlantic FCU, Roger has positively impacted all Maine credit unions with his service on the boards of the League and CUSO Home Lending.

“Roger has been a tireless advocate for the credit union movement in Maine and nationally,” said Todd Mason, President/CEO of the Maine Credit Union League. “His knowledge and expertise have been enormously valuable on our League Board, as well as in meetings with key policymakers both here at home and in Washington, DC. On behalf of our entire network, I’d like to thank him for his years of service.  I wish him nothing but the best as he enters an exciting new chapter in his life.”

In his announcement to Atlantic FCU’s Board of Directors, Roger stated, “I wish all the people I have worked with the best and feel confident that Atlantic will continue to be successful and an integral part of our community.”

“Roger has played a critical role in the growth and success of Atlantic Federal Credit Union, and his commitment to all Maine credit union members has always been a priority,” said Scott Chretien, Chief Executive Officer at Atlantic Federal Credit Union. “I congratulate him on his accomplishments and thank him for helping to build an outstanding organization.”

Roger leaves the credit union in a position of strength to successfully serve the growing membership needs of more than 49,000 Mainers.