Andy Grimm is new CEO for Apple Federal Credit Union
Andrew (Andy) C. Grimm is the new CEO at one of Virginia’s largest credit unions.
Grimm began heading Apple Credit Union in Fairfax on July 1, following the retirement of Larry Kelly.
Before his promotion that followed a nationwide search, Grimm served as Apple’s executive vice president and chief operating officer.
He has worked for the credit union since 1995, when he began as its first strategic planning manager. In 1999, Grimm assumed the position of vice president of finance, earning a certified public accountant (CPA) designation in 2003.
He was named chief operating officer in 2004. According to the company, Grimm has overseen the execution of major strategic initiatives, including nearly a dozen new branches, technological enhancements, greater emphasis on the education community, an employer of choice initiative and several mergers and acquisitions.
He serves on the board of directors for The Foundation for Fairfax County Public Schools.
Since taking the helm of Apple Federal Credit Union in 1995, Kelly guided the growth of the firm from 41,000 members and $230 million in assets to more than 190,000 members and nearly $2.4 billion in assets.
Apple currently ranks as a top ten credit union in Virginia in terms of size and is in the top 100 of all credit unions in the U.S.