Brad Lesiuk is the new manager at Island Savings Credit Union in Chemainus. (Photo submitted)

New manager for Island Savings Credit Union’s Chemainus branch

Lesiuk back in a familiar position

Island Savings Credit Union’s Chemainus branch has a new manager.

After holding various leadership roles within the organization, Brad Lesiuk is returning to lead the Chemainus branch where he held his first branch manager position more than 10 years ago.

Lesiuk, a long-time Cowichan Valley resident, has worked at Island Savings for 23 years in a variety of roles, including his very first position as a member services representative. The broad range of experience has led him to develop a strong approach to leadership.

“Chemainus is a great town with great people, and I’m fortunate to have built some strong ties there over the years,” noted Lesiuk. “I’m excited to continue the amazing work our branch has been doing to support our members and community partners.”

Lesiuk has always taken an active role in the community, currently serving on the Board of KidsSport Cowichan and previously holding several coaching positions with the Cowichan Valley Minor Hockey Association and Duncan Junior Baseball Association.

He currently resides in Maple Bay with his wife and two children.

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