SOURCE: UNCLE Credit Union

UNCLE Credit Union

June 01, 2016 13:30 ET

UNCLE Credit Union Releases 2016 Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee Election Results

LIVERMORE, CA--(Marketwired - Jun 1, 2016) - UNCLE Credit Union, serving Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, and Stanislaus Counties, re-elected Board Chairman Chung Bothwell and Vice Chairman Randy Werner to oversee the financial cooperative for the 2016-2017 term in its mission of promoting the financial success of its members. Bothwell begins her eighth term in this principal role and was elected by unanimous consent, as was Vice Chairman Randy Werner. As veteran officers that have both served in various capacities on the board for more than two decades, Bothwell and Werner are an integral part of a stable leadership team that has guided the credit union on its path of continued growth while ensuring its financial security.

"Both Randy and I are fortunate to serve with a group of individuals who share a deep understanding of the needs of our members, and of the importance of putting the financial well-being of members first in all major decisions," said Bothwell, who holds an advanced law degree and Master of Business Administration and has more than 33 years of experience in strategic planning, business operations and financial management. "Moreover, our team has a clear and cohesive vision for how this translates into effective organizational policy that enables us to prosper as a financial cooperative -- as we continue to benefit the larger community in an impactful and sustainable way."

In addition to Bothwell and Werner's re-election as key officers of the board, UNCLE elected its former Board Secretary Lee Neely as Treasurer for the 2016-2017 term. Mila Shapovalov, who has served as a director on the board since 2014 and a member of UNCLE's Supervisory Committee since 2013, succeeds Neely as Secretary. Board Directors Bob Corey and John D. Freeman, Jr. also retained their seats for a third consecutive term as Hugh Bussell was named the board's newest member.

Former senior police executive Mark Weiss, who served with the Livermore Police Department for 34 years, was also re-elected as Chairman of UNCLE's Supervisory Committee. Weiss will continue to work in collaboration with other Committee members to safeguard the accuracy of the credit union's financial statements and soundness of its operating policies and procedures.

About UNCLE Credit Union
Established in 1957, UNCLE Credit Union is an over $325 million, full-service financial institution that proudly serves nearly 22,000 members. With financial centers in Pleasanton, Tracy, and three locations in Livermore, the organization offers the benefits of credit union membership and a full array of financial services to anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, and Stanislaus counties. UNCLE Credit Union is renowned for its community involvement, professional and personalized service, and unwavering commitment to helping members achieve their financial goals. To learn more, visit www.unclecu.org.

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