Leona Fleck to head Envision Yarrow branch

Envision Financial has appointed Leona Fleck to lead its Yarrow branch, located at 42206 Yarrow Central Road.

Envision Financial has appointed Leona Fleck to lead its Yarrow branch, located at 42206 Yarrow Central Road.

Leona has a long history with Envision dating back to 1989, when she started as a part-time teller in Abbotsford. Over the next ten years she steadily worked her way up through a number of branch positions and in 2001 was promoted to Assistant Branch Manager at Envision’s Hope branch. Most recently, Leona served as a branch manager of Envision’s Fleetwood branch in Surrey.

Over her many years of service, Leona has become very involved in the local community. In 2007, she served as a United Way representative for the Lower Mainland and has been on the board since 2008. Currently, Leona is vice-president for the Fraser Valley Region of the United Way and is also the chair of the organization’s Fraser Valley Impact Grant Committee.

“Leona is a strong leader who’s very passionate about getting involved in the local community,” explains Loree Gray, Envision’s vice-president of retail banking. “She also brings a commitment to providing the best possible service experience to Envision members. She will be a tremendous asset to the community of Yarrow.”

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