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First Community Credit Union promotes 2 employees

Hailee Pfliger and Amanda Sargeant have been named to new positions

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First Community Credit Union announces the promotion of Hailee Pfliger to financial services officer and Amanda Sargeant to financial services representative. They will be located at the Jamestown Main Branch at 111 9th St. SW.

Pfliger, originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has been in the finance industry for eight years and with FCCU for one year. As a financial services officer , she will be responsible for assisting members with account openings, consumer lending, home equities and more.

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Hailee Pfliger
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Sargeant, originally from Jamestown, will be graduating from Minnesota State University Moorhead with a bachelor’s degree in finance this spring. She spent the past year as a member service representative at FCCU’s Fargo 52nd branch. As a financial services representative, she will be responsible for assisting members with account openings and other daily transactions.

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Amanda Sargeant
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