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National Truth and Reconciliation Day

All NPSCU Branches and our Member Advice Centre will be CLOSED on Friday, Sept 30th & Saturday, Oct 1st in respect of National Truth and Reconciliation Day. 

We will reopen Monday, Oct 3rd for regularly scheduled business hours. 

EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 6, 2022

Our Fort Nelson branch will be closed for lunch from 12-1pm.  To view all branch hours click Here. 

Ted Pahl, CEO

Ted Website (1)

  • Email:tpahl@npscu.ca
  • Team: Executive Management Team

Ted is passionate about Credit Unions, having served within the co-operative system across Canada for over 25 years. Ted’s longstanding career began front of house serving Members, as a financial services representative with Island Savings Credit Union on Vancouver Island back in 1994.

Ted furthered his education and experience within the credit union system laddering into leadership at Kootenay Savings in Trail, B.C. where he served as the senior regional manager of retail sales and member experience. During this time Ted actively served the community, volunteering with the local fire department, a director on Regional District board and as Mayor of the Village of Warfield just outside of Trail.  

In 2017, Tignish Credit Union on Prince Edward Island appointed Ted as their new CEO where he served as chair of the Atlantic credit unions’ CEO advisory board, chaired the P.E.I. credit unions’ CEO committee and became an active board member of the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce where he participated in fund raising for the new Ronald McDonald House in Halifax.

In 2020 Ted made the move back west to be closer to extended family and recently joined North Peace Savings and Credit Union. Ted as CEO brings a wealth of credit union financial management and leadership experience to his new role.

In their free time, Ted and his family enjoy taking part in a variety of outdoor activities such as fishing, mountain biking, camping, and riding horses, which makes the North Peace Region the perfect place to call home.

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