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January 6 – March 29, 2020
Your vote is important! To make sure your voice is heard, please vote in the 2020 Board of Directors Election. View the official ballot below, and click "Vote now" to vote. Voting ends March 29, 2020.
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Presenting Your Four Candidates
Members will vote for three (3) candidates. Each person elected will serve a three year term. Ballots will be mailed to you in January 2020 with your fourth quarter statement. Voting will begin January 6, 2020. You can vote by electronic device, return your ballot by mail or drop it into a ballot box at any APGFCU branch. The results of the election will be announced at the Annual Meeting on Thursday, April 23, 2020, at the APG Federal Credit Union Arena in Bel Air, Maryland. Watch for more details about the Annual Meeting on your ballot, in upcoming issues of the member newsletter and at apgfcu.com.
Biographical information supplied by the candidates. APGFCU does not endorse any candidate. The order of the candidates was chosen by lots.
Wayne G. TaylorI am a current board member and Chair of the APGFCU Technology Committee. I have served with distinction on all major committees during more than 10 years of volunteering at APGFCU, and look forward to serving the members in the future.
Antha W. EdwardsI am currently a director and serve as Board Secretary, Chair of the Community Involvement Committee, a member of the Human Resources Committee and the Governance Committee. A retired federal employee, I am an active volunteer in church, the community, and various organizations. I have been an APGFCU volunteer since 1992. “I believe in the Credit Union movement and I am honored to represent your interest in the APGFCU.”
Donald J. Burnett, COL (Ret.)Current Vice Chair of the Board of Directors, Chair of the Governance Committee, and member of the Human Resources Committee. APGFCU member since 1980, I’m a retired Army officer living and working near APG. I hold B.S. and MBA degrees, and will use my experience and community knowledge to best represent you. Previous associate director and volunteer on multiple committees. “It’s a privilege to serve our members’ interests. I would be honored by your vote!”
Emanuel C. HattonI knew I wanted to be a volunteer when, at the age of 13, I was awarded a Red Cross Certificate of Appreciation for helping to distribute food baskets to displaced families in New York City. At APGFCU, I have seen the goodness in the human spirit of volunteerism. I have B.S. and MBA degrees, served as a combat arms soldier and government civilian. Election to the Board of Directors would be a lifetime accomplishment.
The following are the official rules, according to the APGFCU Bylaws, for nomination of officials for the election to the Board of Directors. Any further nominations from the membership must be made according to the rules and deadline dates below.