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Eagle LA Federal Announces New CEO

We are saddened to announce that Evie McDonner, CCUE will retire at the end of 2023 with over 40 years of employment with Eagle LA FCU. A lifelong credit union member, Evie is second generation in credit unions. Having followed in her mother’s footsteps in service to members she has also passed on her dedication to the next generation.

The Board has promoted Jill Brazzle who will take on the role of President/CEO, as part of the credit union’s succession plan.

Evie stated that “It has been an honor and a pleasure to work at Eagle FCU helping members in their financial journey. Jill and I have worked closely since she joined the credit union in 2005, and I have confidence in her ability to lead Eagle FCU into the future. I am grateful for all the opportunities and challenges I was given working for the credit union. While I will miss the staff and Board, I am happily looking forward to this next stage in my life.”

Jill Brazzle began her career at Eagle FCU in 2005 as Chief Financial Officer and was promoted to Executive Vice President of Finance in 2020, she brings over 27 years of financial industry experience to the credit union. Jill has a degree in Business Management from Southeastern Louisiana University and completed Southeast Regional Credit Union Management School in 2022.

Jill stated “I am honored to have been selected as the next President/CEO for Eagle FCU. I have had the privilege to work with two exceptional CEO’s during my years at Eagle FCU. I am committed to continuing the growth and success the credit union has had for more than 80 years, while helping members to achieve financial well-being.”