Former SRP Exec, Ed Presnell Joins Peach State Federal Credit Union’s Business Development Team
Thursday, July 12th, 2018
Peach State Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the addition of Ed Presnell to their Business Development team. Presnell is a Business Development Executive who will be responsible for the cultivation and management of relationships in Richmond County, Georgia and Aiken County, South Carolina.
Presnell’s background includes more than thirteen years of experience within the credit union industry. His deep rooted connection to Augusta began in 1971 when he moved to the area following his graduation from Clemson University with a degree in Economics. Since then, he has served the community in a variety of ways including past President of the Augusta Rotary Club, Board Member and Treasurer for the African American Credit Union Association, the Imperial Community Theatre, and the Augusta Sports Council to name a few.
“I’m excited to be a part of the Peach State family. Their connection to community through their scholarship program, charitable donations, and commitment to providing excellent service to their membership aligns with my values and what I would want for the community where I live and work,” remarked Presnell.
Peach State entered the Augusta market in 2015 when they merged in Richmond Community Federal Credit Union. The following year brought continued expansion with the addition of Richmond County Teachers FCU, which aligned with Peach State’s roots as an education-based credit union. Beech Island Credit Union also joined Peach State in 2016, providing another branch to Augusta area members and marking the credit union’s expansion into South Carolina.
“We have seen success in the Augusta market since Richmond Community joined us in 2015, but we’re pleased to have someone as connected to the community as Ed,” said Peach State President/CEO, Marshall Boutwell. “His shared values and commitment to serving the community made him the perfect addition to our team and we look forward to deepening our relationship with that community.”