Stovern Marks 20 Years At Credit Union
Shelly Stovern celebrated two decades of service at Wolf Point Federal Credit Union in September.
WPFCU chief operating o_cer Dawn Allen told the Northern Plains Independent
that branch employees dedicated Sept. 27 to marking Stovern’s anniversary with the organization.
“We had a whole day dedicated to celebrating and congratulating Shelly,” said Allen.
She said credit union members were invited to sign a card and celebratory signage was hung at WPFCU’s Third Avenue South address.
Stovern was born and raised in Wolf Point and currently serves as CEO/manager.
Asked how she started at the credit union, Stovern said it was a family a_air involving her late father, Harold Juell. “My dad was on the board,” said Stovern. “We came in for my first car loan.”
Stovern has been married to husband Eugene since 1993. They have two sons, James and Jesse. The Stovern family also includes a daughter-inlaw, Kaileen; granddaughter, Emma Grace; and grandson, Jameson.