Kenton, OH — John “Pete” Gunn of Kenton, Ohio has recently retired as a Credit Committee Member of Quest Federal Credit Union. Pete began his tenure on the credit committee in 1981 and during this time he served as chair of the committees multiple times. Pete always maintained a strong grasp of financial trends and indicators in the world economy that helped the credit union navigate difficult times and provided a historical perspective that has served the credit union well as we have grown to 15,500 member owners and $192 million in assets with 6 branch locations in Hardin, Logan and Wyandot counties.

Pete served his country in the United States Army and retired from Rockwell International. Pete continues to enjoy spending time with his wife Nancy and sons, Ian and Jeremy and their families. Pete served many years as an usher at “The Shoe” for the Ohio State Buckeyes and is an avid sports fan.

The Board of Directors and Staff would like to thank Pete for his 42 years of service to our cooperative financial institution. Pete’s service is true to our motto of “people helping people”.

Mark Light of Ada, Ohio has been appointed by the Board of Directors to replace Pete on the Credit Committee. Mark has been a member of the Supervisory Committee since 2017 and has been a tremendous asset to Quest and its member/owners by providing thorough reviews of our audits and examinations. “Mark expressed interest in learning more about Quest and our operations and he became a natural fit for this position. Mark is a critical thinker and will learn quickly and become a very productive member of the Credit Committee in a short time frame” stated Sarah Wirbel, Board President.

Mark is employed by the Ohio State University as the Leader for Ohio 4-H STEM. He is an active member of the Ada First United Methodist Church and enjoys travelling with his wife Kim. Mark and Kim have two adult children, Justin and Megan.


John “Pete” Gunn

Mark Light

PRESS RELEASE: Gunn Retirement/Light Appointment posted on April 26th, 2023 by in News | Permalink