Meet the TFCU Business Team
Teachers Federal Credit Union's experienced team of professionals can help you establish your business in the region and help it grow. Our team lives and works on Long Island - by knowing the nuances of the region, our Business Development team will put their localized expertise to work on your behalf. Reach out today, and work towards achieving commercial success.
You can contact TFCU Commercial Business team at (631) 698-7000, extension 1687, via email at Business@TeachersFCU.org, or through our Contact Form.
Jordan Herzlich joined TFCU in April, 2003 as Assistant Vice President of Business Lending. Jordan has over 25 years’ experience in the financial services industry. Jordan currently oversees the Business Lending Department at TFCU, which offers a multitude of products including Commercial Mortgages, Small Business Administration Loans, Business Lines of Credit, Business Vehicle Financing and Business Credit Cards. The department's focus is on finding the appropriate credit product to accommodate the borrower’s financial needs.
Jordan has a B.S. Degree in Economics/Finance from Southern New Hampshire University and a M.B.A. in Business Management and Finance from Adelphi University.
Larry Williams joined TFCU in January 2013 and brings over 25 years of business development and relationship management experience with him. He has two primary functions at TFCU. The first is to work with branch staff to help them develop relationships with local businesses in their community, the second is to develop his own personal business relationships through his Centers of Influence for the purpose of increasing business loans and deposits.
While Larry is involved in all types of business loans, his primary focus has been with financing commercial real estate. He welcomes the opportunity to meet with you.
Gary Frisina joined TFCU in 2010. As a Business Development Officer he is responsible for the growth and management of business relationships with a focus on guiding members through the commercial lending process.
Having worked for some of the largest banks and Wall Street firms, Gary brings more than 25 years of business banking and financial services experience to the Credit Union.
John Schneidawin joined TFCU in February of 2018 as a Business Development Officer. John has over a decade of credit union and business banking experience that he is eager to share. He has obtained a B.B.A. in Accounting from Dowling College and a M.B.A. in Strategic Business Management from Hofstra University. John is currently serving as a School Board trustee for the North Babylon School District and was recently appointed as the District 17 Board Member to the Suffolk County Citizen’s Advisory Board for the Arts. John is also serving as a Board member for the Huntington Township Housing Coalition and is a member of the Suffolk County Legislature’s Next Generation Advisory Council. John was the past Treasurer and Executive Board member of the Huntington Arts Council and past President of the Parkdale Civic Association. John has worked closely with many not-for profits here on Long Island and in 2016 he assisted the Half Hollow Hills Community Library with securing a grant for a National Financial Literacy Exhibition. In 2016 he was an honoree of the Huntington Chamber of Commerce’s prestigious 30 Under 30 award for his commitment to his industry and the Long Island community.
John is excited to be a part of the TFCU team and is here to assist our current and prospective members with their commercial mortgage and business lending needs.
Stephen DiLieto has been with TFCU since 2009 and has worked in Branch Operations since starting with the Credit Union. With over 12 years of member service and business management experiences combined with an MBA from Dowling College, Stephen understands the importance of thinking outside the box. Prior to being a Business Development Officer, Stephen worked as a Financial Services Assistant Manager for several branches making him well versed not only in our products and services but in the community as well.
As a business owner himself and the Treasurer of his church, Stephen understands the power and importance of creating and maintaining relationships.