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On Friday, April 17, we held our 59th Annual Meeting at the beautiful Equinox Resort in Manchester with approximately 210 members and guests in attendance. Thank you to all that attended. I hope you had a wonderful evening.

We chose a specific theme this year: “Strong Roots, Continued Growth.” As any good gardener knows, it takes a good root system to make sure their plant blossoms and flourishes year in and year out. That’s no different at HFCU. From the very beginning, we’ve had a strong membership base, devoted volunteers and dedicated staff to ensure we remain committed to the “people helping people” philosophy on which credit unions were founded. I can assure you, as your new president, that we will continue to be rooted with these core values and will remain grounded in assisting our next generation become financially secure... because that is what you, our members, deserve. 

A devoted volunteer that was honored at the annual meeting was John Wheeler. John has been a staple of the credit union through - out the years and his commitment to his credit union as a volun - teer is impressive. He served on the Education Committee, the Board of Directors and has been our Parliamentarian at the Annual Meeting for over 35 years. Because of his many years of service to his credit union, John was inducted into the Heritage Family Credit Union Hall of Fame. His name is now inscribed on the Hall of Fame plaque, alongside other recipients, and is displayed at John’s home branch in Ludlow. Please join me in congratulating John on this great achievement.

To continue strengthening our “root system,” please help spread the word of Heritage Family and the Credit Union philosophy to family members, neighbors and co-workers. That way, we can all do our part as gardeners and keep our credit union flourishing for years to come. Have a great summer and enjoy the warm weather.

Matt Levandowski

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