NJCUL Holds 84th Annual Business Meeting; Election Results Announced

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – On Tuesday morning, at the close of its Convention, the New Jersey Credit Union League held its 84th Annual Meeting, which included reports from the Board of Directors as well as Board election results.


Chairman Andrew Jaeger took to the podium, recognizing the efforts of the League and President/CEO David Frankil over the past year, naming 2017 as the year of "transition" and 2018 as the year of "implementation." The credit union industry landscape is ever-changing and ever-challenging, he pointed out, but the League stands by its credit unions. 

Acknowledging special guests that joined the League for its Annual Meeting and Convention, Jaeger thanked the representatives from CUNA and CUNA Mutual Group for their presence and support.

David Frankil

NJCUL President/CEO David Frankil addressed the group, echoing Jaeger's comments and pointing out that the League has increased its engagement with, and support of, its member credit unions, giving them increased value for their membership -- with more lawmaker meetings, workshops, and conferences than ever before, and expanded compliance solutions.  


Election Committee Chair, David Ardire, then announced the results of the 2018 Board election. Annemarie Shinn, currently representing Tier A (credit unions under $49,757,941 in assets) on the board, and Steve Lardiere, currently representing Tier B (credit unions $49,757,941 and over in assets) on the board, ran unopposed and will serve on the board for three-year terms. Jim Burns, President/CEO of Jersey Shore FCU, ran unopposed in Tier C (at-large, credit unions of any asset size) and joins the board for a three-year term. 


At the end the of the meeting, Jaeger honored Robert Steeves, CCUE, President/CEO of Essex County Teachers FCU, for his 13 years of service to the board in Tier C. 

Additional photos from NJCUL's 84th Annual Meeting and Convention can be found on the League's official Facebook page.