Wed, Apr 26, 2017
Educational Systems Federal Credit Union is proud to announce its new officers of their Board of Directors. Alonia C. Sharps was named Chair, Eva Chesley as Vice Chair, John J. Neville as Treasurer and George D. Denny, Jr. as Secretary. These new officers were installed after the Credit Union's annual meeting which was held on April 20, 2017.
Alonia C. Sharps, Board Chair, has been on the Board of Directors for over 10 years, and she was previously the Credit Union's Board Secretary. She also previously served on the Credit Union's Supervisory Committee. Mrs. Sharps has worked in education for over 40 years and is currently the Chief of Staff for a community college served by the Credit Union.
Eva Chesley continues to serve as Vice Chair after serving as the interim Chair. She has volunteered for the Credit Union for over 20 years serving on both the Board of Directors and previously on the Supervisory Committee. Mrs. Chesley worked as an educator for over 35 years in a public school system served by the Credit Union.
John J. Neville continues to serve as Treasurer and has volunteered for the Credit Union for over 15 years serving on both the Board of Directors and previously on the Supervisory Committee. Mr. Neville worked as an educator and administrator for over 46 years in a public school system served by the Credit Union.
George D. Denny, Jr. will now serve as the Board Secretary. He has served on the Credit Union's Board of Directors for over 10 years and previously served on the Supervisory Committee. Throughout his 35 year career, he worked as a teacher, counselor and administrator in a public school system served by the Credit Union. He is also a former Mayor of Brentwood, Maryland.
"It is an honor to have such respected and committed volunteers from the education community on our Board of Directors," said Chris Conway, Educational Systems FCU President/CEO. "Each of our Board leaders bring considerable experience and knowledge to help us be the premier financial services provider for the education community."
Educational Systems FCU (esfcu.org) has proudly served the education community for over 60 years. With over $900 million in assets and 12 branches, the Credit Union serves over 85,000 members in seven school systems and three community colleges throughout Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George's, St. Mary's and Talbot counties.
Photos in order: Alonia C. Sharps, Chair, Eva Chesley, Vice Chair, John J. Neville, Treasurer and George D. Denny, Jr.. Secretary