Wayne Norman. Contributed photo

Federal Way resident named Harborstone vice president

Wayne Norman, a Federal Way resident, has joined Harborstone Credit Union as a business lending vice president.

Wayne Norman, a Federal Way resident, has joined Harborstone Credit Union as a business lending vice president.

Norman, who has more than 30 years of lending and financial services experience, will be based at Harborstone’s Kent Station branch.

In his new role, Norman will work with local businesses, identifying their banking needs and helping them with customized services. While Norman has spent most of his career working on the banking and lending side of business, a stint as a controller and CFO sharpened his approach to customer service.

“So many small- to medium-sized businesses crave a little customer service — one person they can count on to help them with their banking and lending needs,” he explained. “I’m excited to bring that service commitment to Harborstone and help local businesses grow and be even more successful.”

Norman earned an accounting degree from the University of Washington. Before joining Harborstone, he spent the last decade working in banking in the Kent-Auburn area.

Harborstone Credit Union is a member-owned, not-for-profit credit union with more than a dozen branches in King, Pierce, and Thurston counties.

Founded in 1955, anyone who lives in Washington State can join.

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