Jean Trainor is bringing a three-decade tenure at Waterloo-based Veridian Credit Union to a close, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.Trainor, 61, Veridian's chief executive officer and chief inclusion officer, announced Thursday that she plans to "recalibrate" to a new career working with her son, Nate, who was born with Joubert syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that left him unable to speak. Trainor has been with Veridian, formerly John Deere Community Credit Union, for 32 years -- 25 as the credit union's CEO and chief inclusion officer. Under her guidance, Veridian's membership has grown by 333 percent, allowing for the creation of 509 jobs, according to a news release. It is the largest credit union in Iowa.