Board Members Seek Election
Julie Eisenhauer, Chairman of the Nominating Committee, is pleased to present the nominations for Board Members seeking election for vacant positions. Nominations for the vacancies may also be made by a petition signed by a minimum of 1% of the membership of the eligible voting members of the credit union. If there is more than one nominee per open position, an election by mail ballot will be held. However, the election will not be conducted and there will be no nominations from the floor when there is only one nominee for each position.
All nominations by petition must be sent to the attention of the Credit Union Secretary via registered or certified mail and received no later than Monday, February 10, 2020. An official petition form and candidate resume form may be obtained by writing to:
First Community Credit Union, Attn: Secretary, Board of Directors
PO Box 840129, Houston TX 77284-0129
The following nominees by the committee have met all qualifications to be elected to the First Community Credit Union Board of Directors. Personal statements regarding their candidacy are below.
“It is very rewarding as a Credit Union Director to offer leadership and support to a management team and staff who strive to provide “first rate service” to our members. FCCU is blessed with that kind of management and staff. If re-elected, I am willing to accept the requirements of a Director, which includes but is not limited to, duties such as, encouraging management and staff to offer that “first rate service,” monitor policies and fiscal soundness, participate in credit union continuing education and be engaged in legislative issues that impact credit unions.”
“I am a strong supporter of the credit union movement of which I have been a credit union member since first joining the workforce in 1984. I believe that my personal and professional experience coupled with my involvement in previous non-profit boards and associations make me an exceptional candidate for the FCCU Board.”
“I’ve been a credit union member for sixteen years. Since the mid-1990s, I’ve worked with many companies as a benefits and retirement plan consultant. My experience as a small business owner gives me a better understanding of the challenges facing many of our members that own their own business. Events of the past few years have dramatically illustrated the need for credit unions as alternative financial institutions that exist to serve members, not equity investors. There is a great story to tell and credit unions need to make sure their voice is heard.”
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March 26, 2020 • Copperfield Branch • 6:00pm