2022 Annual Meeting
posted on Friday, January 28, 2022 in Announcements
Community 1st Credit Union is pleased to announce the re-election of D. David Boyer, Ottumwa, and Tim Elliott, Washington. C1st also announces new board member, Sandra Wirfs of Ottumwa nominated by the nominating committee to join the Board of Directors in 2022. Each elected board member will serve a 3-year term.
The credit union held its annual meeting and board of directors’ election Monday, January 24th at their headquarter facility on Hutchinson Ave in Ottumwa along with a virtual option for membership and staff to join.
Boyer, a resident of Ottumwa and Tool & Die maker at John Deere Ottumwa Works was re-elected Monday night to serve another 3-year term on the C1st Board of Directors. Dave, long time member of C1st, has served on the Board of Directors since 1955. Dave is currently a member of the credit and nominating committee and is the membership officer.
Elliot, a resident of Washington, Iowa and current Owner | Broker at Elliott Realty Group was also re-elected Monday night to serve another 3-year term on the Board of Directors for C1st. Tim has served on the board since 2016 and is currently the board chairman. He is also a member of the board executive & asset-liability committees.
Community 1st welcomes Sandra Wirfs to the C1st board of directors. A resident of Ottumwa, and Workforce Advisor at Iowa Workforce Development, Sandra has been a member with C1st since 2015. She enjoys volunteering in the community. Currently, she is the Ottumwa LULAC377 Vice President.
The three are joined by vice-chairman Jason Eubanks, of Ottumwa, secretary Courtney Jones, of Ottumwa, chief financial officer Bianca Myers, of Ottumwa, Anne Leathers, of Ollie, IA, Rex Stewart, Drakesville, IA, , and John Mayberry, of Bloomfield.
C1st board members serve as non-paid volunteers and are responsible for directing the credit union in accordance with state and federal regulatory fiduciary responsibilities. They also ensure the financial needs and expectations of the credit union membership are being addressed and met. They are required to complete a variety of continuing education courses, attend regular monthly meetings, and serve on one or more committees.
2022 Annual Report