About Central One Federal Credit Union
Unlike a bank, Central One is a not-for-profit financial institution.
Central One is a full service, not-for-profit, cooperative financial institution serving Massachusetts residents since 1952. We are member-owned, which allows us to reinvest our profits into providing you with better rates and technology that fits your lifestyle.
Founded as an occupational-based credit union for the New England Electric System employees, Central One Federal Credit Union has grown into one of the largest federal credit unions in central Massachusetts.
Our charter was changed to Community-based in 1998, paving the way for enhanced products and services, branch expansion, and allowing us to assist more members, and increased reinvesting support in our communities. Our team takes great pride in providing World Class Service to all our members and has earned an impressive 98.7% Satisfaction Rating.
In March of 2021, our field of membership expanded to anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, attends school, or owns a business in all of Worcester County as well as parts of Middlesex and Norfolk counties. Also included are family or household members of existing members, and businesses or other legal entities located within this area. For a list of towns we serve, click here.
Central One offers a full range of personal and business deposit and lending products with access to your accounts 24/7 through online and mobile banking apps. You are also welcome to visit any of our Branch locations or call our Member Support Center.
As a full-service credit union, Central One offers all of the personal and business products and technology innovations you'd expect from a larger national financial institution — but with local decision making and a focus on improving our members' lives.
Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors is made up of nine people who have been elected by the membership to serve. Each Board member volunteers their time to provide leadership and direction to the credit union.
- Robert H. McLaren, Chairman
- Anthony Pini, Vice-Chairman
- Jeffrey M. Pond, Secretary/Treasurer
- Christine A. Baril
- Stephen Caravella
- Deborah J. Drew
- Charles M. Giacoppe
- Michael T. Gregory
- Thomas J. McCarthy
- Elizabeth Hamilton
- Scott McCarthy
- Gregory J. O’Connor
The Supervisory Committee is the 'watchdog' of the credit union. This Committee plays a critical role in safeguarding the credit union's assets by ensuring adherence to established internal controls, ongoing examination of accounting records, transactions and loan documentation and overseeing the annual audit. The members of the Supervisory Committee are appointed by the Board of Directors.
- Gregory J. O'Connor, Chairman
- Christine A. Baril
- Diane L. Collins
- Elaine M. Racine
|President/CEO||David A. L'Ecuyer|
|Chief Financial Officer||Joseph D. Rollo|
|Senior Vice President of Lending||Jeffrey A. Dunn|
|Senior Vice President of Operations & Information Systems||Karen E. Mills|
|Senior Vice President of Retail Services||David V. Kaiser|
|Vice President of Commercial Lending||Michael T. Murphy|
|Vice President of Information Systems & Technology||Neal R. Reardon|
|Vice President of Human Resources||Kerry R. Crutchley|
|Assistant Vice President of Administration & Training||Kate Shaw|
|Assistant Vice President of Member Support||Christine Bates|
|Assistant Vice President of Retail Services||Owen J. Russell|
|Director of Card Services||Eva M. Polymeros|
|Director of Consumer Lending||Kellie A. Drew
|Director of Facilities||William P. Hamilton|
|Director of Residential Mortgages||Deborah J. Cormier|
|Accounting Manager||Vanessa Marchand|
|Compliance Manager and Security Officer||Jill Rogers|
|Data Operations Manager||
|Electronic Services Manager||
|IT Project Manager||
|Member Support Manager||
|Senior Network/Server Manager||Ryan Angelo|
|Project Manager||Sandra Dunay|
|System Support Manager||Chuck Frail|
|Branch Manager, Auburn||Bryan C. Stockhaus|
|Branch Manager, Northborough||Heather L. Forchilli
|Branch Manager, Westborough||Rajani Koduri