SELCO Promotes Tracy Cole to Commercial Portfolio Manager For Commercial & Business Banking

Cole brings nearly 30 years of experience to her new role

(SPRINGFIELD, Ore.) — SELCO Community Credit Union recently promoted Tracy Cole to commercial portfolio manager for its Commercial & Business Banking division. In this role, Cole will be the primary contact for service and support for several of SELCO’s existing commercial loan customers in the Eugene/Springfield area.

Cole has held multiple roles since entering the banking industry in 1994, including teller, operations officer, branch manager, consumer loan officer, commercial credit analyst. She has been with SELCO’s Commercial & Business Banking division since 2016, most recently serving as commercial service and support team leader.  

Cole will be instrumental in ensuring the continued growth of SELCO Commercial & Business Banking by employing its personalized approach to the businesses, nonprofits, and commercial real estate professionals the division works with each day.

“Tracy’s steady presence within Commercial & Business Banking, along with her understanding of credit and innate ability to problem solve, makes her a natural commercial portfolio manager,” said Sean Huntington, vice president, commercial loan officer and senior team leader for SELCO’s Commercial & Business Banking division. “Tracy has established herself as a critical member of the team, and we look forward to many years of continued success.”

Cole was born in Roseburg, Oregon, and has spent most of her life in the Eugene/Springfield area. Through the years, she has enjoyed giving classroom presentations as a volunteer with Junior Achievement. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, fishing, and spending time outdoors with her chocolate lab.

For more information on SELCO’s Commercial & Business Banking division, visit

About SELCO Community Credit Union
Founded 86 years ago by a group of fiscally minded teachers, Springfield-based SELCO Community Credit Union today serves more than 150,000 members as one of the largest and longstanding Oregon-based credit unions. A not-for-profit, federally insured, member-driven financial cooperative with more than $2.6 billion in assets, SELCO provides its member-owners with exceptional rates and low fees on a full range of financial products and services, including banking, mortgages, personal and business loans, investments, and insurance. Membership is available to anyone who lives or works in one of the 27 Oregon or eight Washington counties SELCO serves. For more information or to become a member today, stop by one of SELCO’s 15 branches, visit, or call 800-445-4483.

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