With Chattanooga roots, David knows the greater Chattanooga financial market. He has more than 15 years of large corporate and community lending experience. This diverse financial background gives him the ability to service complex transactions and serve as an expert advisor to the member. After all, his goal is to become a valued financial partner of the member.
David loves our community and serves on the board of the Northside Neighborhood House and is an active Kiwanian. He is also an avid outdoorsman and is the Area Chairman of Chattanooga Ducks Unlimited.
Since starting at TVFCU in 1975 amidst a recession, Tom Condra has witnessed TVFCU weather nationwide economic storms and become stronger. During his 40-plus tenure, he has served in an array of roles — including helping create TVFCU’s commercial indirect lending program. Today, as a business lender, he is proud to help members obtain funding for vital company vehicles and capital investment equipment. In addition, he handles single entity business real estate lending.
In his free time, Tom can be found on the golf course or playing with his band, the Ascots. Let TVFCU’s longest serving employee help you today!
Ryan Henn has dedicated his career to helping small business owners turn their dreams into reality. After graduating from Bryan College with a degree in Business Management in 2010, he worked at a community bank in his hometown of Winchester, Tenn. Once moving to the Scenic City, he taught business owners the keys to succeed as a senior small business counselor with the Tennessee Small Business Development Center. Today, he helps entrepreneurs of all stages find the best loan for their needs.
When Ryan’s not helping members, he can be found networking at community events. And after work, he enjoys playing softball and golf.
When Rodney Selcer began his career at TVFCU in 1986 after graduating from the Tennessee Technological University with a finance degree, the credit union only served consumer members who worked at select companies. As membership grew, members soon sought credit union service for their businesses. Rodney has served the membership in every aspect of lending and helped create TVFCU’s Business Lending Department in 2005. He currently thrives helping members manage their commercial real estate portfolio by providing competitive commercial loan products.
Rodney is active in the community and serves on the finance committee of Harvested Here Food Hub, a subsidiary of the Chattanooga Area Food Bank, and as treasurer for the Master Gardeners of Hamilton County Tennessee, Inc.
Mark Sullivan, a native Chattanoogan, began his banking career in 1986 at American National Bank as a credit analyst and loan review officer. During his three decades in the industry, he has served in many leadership capacities ranging from branch manager to senior bank officer. However, his primary focus has been in commercial and real estate lending and credit administration. Today, he helps members achieve their business and commercial real estate dreams.
Mark is active in the community and is past chair and a current board member of the Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce and is past president of the Brainerd Kiwanis Club.