ABNB Federal Credit Union holds 63rd Annual Meeting and re-elects board members
CHESAPEAKE, VA (May 1, 2023) — ABNB Federal Credit Union held its 63rd Annual Business Meeting April 25, 2023, and reinforced its commitment to serving members’ financial needs and giving back to the communities where it conducts business. “I’m truly humbled to be part of this vibrant, philanthropic and financially safe and sound organization,” said Richard M. Cheliras, outgoing Chairman of the Board of Directors. “I’m excited about our future, where we’re headed, and we promise to remain keenly focused on improving our members’ financial lives. On behalf of our Board, dedicated volunteers, and remarkably caring staff, we look forward to Achieving More in the many years ahead,” Cheliras stated.
Board of Directors Re-elected and Officers Installed
During the meeting, Marvin Brangan and James Young were re-elected as Directors each serving a three-year term. Clay White Jr. was elected to a three-year term as Director. Mary Ann Melchers was re-elected for a two-year term as Director, and Herman ‘Mac’ Quattlebaum was re-elected for a one-year term as Director.
At the Boards’ reorganizational meeting held immediately following ABNB’s 63rd Annual Business Meeting, the following officers were announced: Marvin Brangan will serve as Chairman, Randolyn Patterson as Vice Chairman, Wesley M. Parker as Treasurer and Secretary. Other Board members include Richard M. Cheliras and Martha Smith.
About ABNB Federal Credit Union
ABNB Federal Credit Union has a long and storied history of charitable giving and community involvement dating back to the credit union’s founding in 1960. With a commitment to making a difference in the communities we serve, the ABNB Community Foundation was launched in 2019 to support causes and charities benefiting children and families in our region.