Icon Credit Union Announces New CFO

Boise, Idaho (December 1, 2014) – Icon Credit Union is pleased to announce the selection of Paul Gephart as the credit union’s new chief financial officer.

“Paul has extensive financial management experience and knowledge. He will bring considerable expertise to our credit union, and we are looking forward to having him join our team and lead efforts to continue our financial strength,” said Connie Miller, president and CEO of Icon Credit Union.

Gephart last served as the director of finance at Home Federal Bank in Nampa, Idaho, where he oversaw all aspects of asset liability management, budget planning, cash management, and the investment portfolio for the $1 billion community bank. During his four years at Home Federal Bank, Gephart was the head of the investment committee and the chair of the Asset Liability Committee. Gephart was named “Most Valuable Player” in 2012 for Home Federal Bank for his exceptional leadership and teamwork skills. Prior to Home Federal Bank, Gephart served as a controller at Merchants & Southern Bank and chief financial officer for Community National Bancorp. Gephart has a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Duquesne University and a Master’s Degree from Georgia State University.

When asked about his new position at Icon Credit Union, Gephart said, “I am very excited for this opportunity at Icon Credit Union. The credit union has a great history of serving the community and I am looking forward to working with the team at Icon to continue to grow the credit union and serve the members.”

About Icon Credit Union

Icon Credit Union began in 1952 as Idahy Federal Credit Union, when seven employees of the Idaho Department of Highways started with $35 and the idea of a credit union that reflected their values of integrity, service and community. Soon after Idahy opened its doors, it became apparent to its founders that there was a profound need in the community for a financial institution that put its members’ needs first. Icon continues to use its stable and pragmatic business model to earn recognition from the Weiss Ratings – the nation’s foremost rating agency for financial institutions. As one of the highest-rated credit unions in the State of Idaho, Idahy’s “A” rating places it in an elite group of financial institutions at the top five percent of the rating scale nationwide. In 2010, Idahy Federal Credit Union changed its name to Icon Credit Union to better reflect its growing, diverse membership and it is with a continued dedication to stability and core values that Icon has now grown to serve more than 22,000 members from Boise, Idaho, to La Grande, Oregon, with total assets nearing $230 million. For more information, please visit


Monday December 1, 2014

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