SMITHFIELD, R.I. (September 27, 2018) – Navigant Credit Union has expanded its leadership team at its growing Coventry Crossing branch.
The credit union announced Assistant Vice President / Relationship Manager, Don Osley’s relocation to the Coventry Crossing branch, located at 2300 New London Turnpike in East Greenwich. From this location, he will be primarily focused on providing Business Lending services to Navigant Credit Union’s Kent County members.
Don has nearly 20 years of industry experience and has served in his role with Navigant Credit Union since 2011.
“Our Coventry Crossing branch has enjoyed consistent growth since opening at the beginning of the year. We are excited to add Don to our team in Kent County, and we are confident he will continue to thrive in this role,” said Navigant Credit Union President / CEO Gary E. Furtado.
A Rhode Island resident since 1995, Don received his MBA from the University of Rhode Island in 2002. He lives in Coventry with his wife and their blended family of four boys. He spent his free time coaching various youth sports in town but now can be found on the sidelines supporting their teams. He serves on the Family Self-Sufficiency Committee for the Coventry Housing Authority and on the Advisory Board of the Rhode Island Small Business Development Center.
Don can be reached at email@example.com or at (401)-319-2905.
About Navigant Credit Union
Based in Smithfield, R.I., Navigant Credit Union is Rhode Island's oldest credit union. Navigant Credit Union has provided its members with unparalleled financial products and services, as well as community support, for over 103 years. With more than $2 billion in assets, more than 89,000 members and 18 branches, Navigant Credit Union supports its members through access to products and services, conservative financial management and commitment to the communities where we operate. The Providence Business News named Navigant Credit Union one of the Best Places to Work in Rhode Island in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. Visit www.navigantcu.org to learn more.