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Del-One Federal Credit Union’s Annual Meeting was held on Tuesday, May 23 at the Modern Maturity Center in Dover.  Over 370 members, employees, family and friends attended the event. Board officers elected included R. Bryce Brown as Treasurer, and William Pfaffenhauser as Board Director. Board Chair Nancy Shevock and CEO Dion Williams spoke of exciting developments at Del-One such as the partnership with the Delaware Electric Cooperative, in which the more than 93,000 members of the Co-op are now eligible to become members of Del-One, and the launch of virtual teller machines to complement existing service delivery channels. CEO Dion Williams highlighted an outstanding year in 2016 within the context of the Seven Cooperative Principles.

In 2016, Del-One was also recognized as a Top Workplace for the 5th year in a row, voted Best Credit Union for the 5th year in a row, and voted First State Favorite Credit Union in the Smyrna/Clayton area! Two Delaware high school seniors were awarded $1,000 college scholarships, and employees of Del-One were recognized for years of service and accomplishments. Talent Acquisition & Development Specialist Rachel Bosh-Mulvanity received the Employee of the Year award, the Smyrna Branch received the Branch of the Year award, the Lending Department received the Department of the Year award, and the Director of Compliance, Cynthia Evans received the President’s Award for 2016.

 

Department of the Year, L-R, Jenny Board, LaCora Cephas, John Lowery, CEO Dion Williams, Crystal Riley,Towanda Brown, Lisa Donovan, & Jory James.

 

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