Scott's Branch High School graduate Brandon Oliver has been named one of three new assistant vice-presidents at SAFE Federal Credit Union.
Oliver has worked for the bank for eight years. He started as a teller before moving to office manager and branch manager to regional branch director during that time.
He received a degree in management from Clemson University and is a member of the Camden Kiwanis Club board.
Andrew Huckeba has worked with the bank for five years, moving from branch manager to regional branch director. He has also accepted a new role as assistant vice-president. He graduated in 2011 from the University of South Carolina Aiken with a degree in business management. He is a Sumter native and graduate of Sumter High School. He is currently a member of the Shaw-Sumter Community Council.
Jennifer Webb, who has worked for the bank for 17 years, was also named assistant vice-president for the company. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with degrees in finance and management. She began work for SAFE as a teller and received a master's degree in business administration from USC in 2008. After serving as a teller, she was also promoted to branch manager and regional branch director. She is a graduate of Camden High School and is treasurer of the Camden Kiwanis Club.