First Citizens’ President, CEO, Marion resident announces retirement
FAIRHAVEN — Peter J. Muise, First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union’s President and CEO, has announced his retirement effective January 26, 2021.
After 24 years, the Marion resident says he’s looking forward to spending more quality time with his family, volunteering and traveling.
Under his leadership, First Citizens’ said the credit union has seen significant asset and member growth over the years.
His commitment to public and community service has earned him wide recognition. He has received numerous awards and accolades recognizing the positive impact he has made throughout Southeastern Massachusetts.
“Peter’s dedication in specifically supporting education, homelessness and the arts and culture will leave a lasting impact on many”, said Jeff Riley, Chairman of the Board.
Muise is currently the Chairman of the Board of the Housing Assistance Corporation on Cape Cod and an Executive Committee Member of the Homeless Service Providers Network in New Bedford.
Upon his retirement, Muise will remain a member of the Board of Directors of First Citizens’.
“On behalf of the board, senior management, and team members of First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union, I want to thank Peter for his years of service and the leadership role that has made First Citizens’ the exceptional organization it is today,” said Board Chairman Riley.
“Peter’s contributions to the credit union and the community will always be valued and are
worthy of admiration. We wish him a happy, healthful and well-deserved retirement.”