Chief Operating Officer and Interim President & CEO
Ken Raymie provides executive oversight for the credit union’s lending, retail, risk management, marketing and management information system departments. He brings more than 20 years of experience to Generations, previously serving as Executive Vice President/Commercial Banking Manager and Executive Vice President/Chief Revenue Officer at other financial institutions. Ken is a graduate of Leadership San Antonio Class 33, Leadership Lab and in 2005 was named a “40 Under 40” by the San Antonio Business Journal. He sits on the Board of Directors of the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, SAMMinistries and The 100 Club of San Antonio.
Chief Information Officer
Wes Barnett has served as Chief Information Officer of GFCU since 2006 and in this role oversees all aspects of technology related initiatives, services and projects for the credit union as well as member card services, records and personnel. Additionally, he is responsible for the strategic planning, budgeting, contract negotiations and purchases for the IT department. In his spare time, Wes serves as a volunteer firefighter with the Bergheim Fire Department.
Chief Financial Officer
In her role as Chief Financial Officer for Generations, Geraldine Breeding is responsible for establishing institutional financial goals and objectives, enhancing efficiencies, as well as providing guidance and support to the Board of Directors and to the President/CEO on the Credit Union’s financial position and strategic goals and objectives.
Chief Lending Officer
Kim Kieny is responsible for the strategic leadership and direction of Generations’ consumer and mortgage lending programs. She oversees and leads tactics for continued growth, profitability and lending execution. She brings more than 20 years of financial service experience and leadership to the credit union, previously serving as Vice President of Mortgage Lending for direct lending, distributed retail and portfolio retention teams during her career at other financial institutions.