CEO of State Workers Credit score Union in New Mexico to retire


Harold Dixon, CEO of State Workers Credit score Union in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will retire this month.

He will likely be succeeded by Andy Ramos, who will be a part of the credit score union June 21. Ramos was beforehand senior vice chairman at Redwood Credit score Union, in Santa Rosa, California. State Workers has $850 million in belongings, and Redwood has $7.2 billion in belongings.

Dixon, who got here to State Workers in 1997, says assembly his neighborhood’s wants was the important thing to his work.

“At some larger banks, in the event you’re not within the field, you do not match,” Dixon mentioned. “I wished to have the ability to stretch that field a bit bit.”

Harold Dixon and Andy Ramos

Harold Dixon (left) is retiring as CEO of State Workers Credit score Union in New Mexico. Andy Ramos (proper) will take over the position this summer season.

After the transition, Dixon will oversee building of the credit score union’s 30,000-square-foot administration constructing in Santa Fe. His staff deliberate the mission over 5 years. He says the constructing will home a mortgage and business operation that ran out of room.

State Workers made $7 million in auto loans in April. It supplied a $200 money incentive, with no funds due for 90 days.

State Workers lent $16.5 million in federal Paycheck Safety Program loans to native companies. The common mortgage measurement was $72,400.


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