President and CEO, John Lund stated, "I am happy and honored to report that 2016 was a successful year by every measure."
America First Credit Union held its 78thannual meeting on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. The agenda included the Board of Directors election and filling its leadership roles. James G. Wendler, Linda K. Carver, and Gil A. Miller were elected by the voting membership to serve on the Board. James Wendler will continue as Board Chairman, with Linda Carver as Vice Chair and Kenlon W. Reeve as Secretary.
Taking place in April, the America First annual meeting provides an opportunity to share the success and financial state of the organization, as well as giving the membership the ability to determine the credit union’s course of action by electing volunteers to serve on the Board of Directors. These dedicated and qualified individuals share their time, talents and efforts without compensation, making them part of America First’s unique cooperative, not-for-profit structure.
The annual event was once again streamed live via the credit union’s social media accounts for added engagement and conversations online. Giveaways were also held for those tuning in who were unable to make the meeting in person. For more information, go to americafirst.com or visit them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
About America First Credit Union:
In its 78 years of service, America First has become of the largest and most respected credit unions in the nation, providing an extensive branch network and 24/7 access through award-winning mobile and online banking platforms. America First offers a wide range of financial solutions, including mortgages, free checking, auto & RV loans, Visa® cards, business loans & services, trust services, insurance, and investments. America First has 123 locations, is the 11th largest U.S. credit union in assets with over $8.4 billion, and the sixth largest credit union in membership with more than 831,000.