Montana has over 600 credit union volunteers currently serving on credit union boards, supervisory committees, and credit committees. Serving on a credit union board requires a lot of time and effort. In return, directors get no salary -- just the thanks of credit union staff and the members they serve (oh, and maybe a piece or two of pizza when the board meets over dinner time).
Here's to the work of these volunteers, their diligence, their community involvement, and the things their credit unions accomplish under their stewardship!
Early each year, the Network asks credit union professionals to nominate a volunteer for the Mitch Reed Volunteer of the Year Award. The award recipient is announced during the Award's Dinner at the MCUN Annual Convention in late spring. To date, 33 volunteers -- many of them long-time directors -- have been honored. Here is the complete list, in chronological order.
Find out more about these Mitch Reed Recipients.
HELENA, MT – Mitch Martin, of Great Falls, recently was named the 2015 Mitch Reed Volunteer of the Year by Montana’s Credit Unions.
HELENA, MT — The 2013 Mitch Reed Volunteer of the Year was Carl Rummel, of Missoula. “Carl is a phenomenal credit union volunteer, he’s educated on our issues, engaged, and really fun,” said Tracie Kenyon, President and CEO of MCUN.
If you know about an award or accomplishment that we should recognize, email Beth.