APGFCU Hosts Successful Annual Meeting

For Immediate Release
Contact: Janice Carey

(Aberdeen, May 10, 2011) – Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union [APGFCU] welcomed more than 250 members and invited guests from Harford and Cecil counties to the Richlin Ballroom in Edgewood for its annual member meeting on April 20, 2011.

APGFCU swore in its 2011 Volunteer Board of Directors: 

  • Chairman, David H. Gilbert
  • Vice-Chairman, Dwight E. Hair, COL (Retired)
  • Secretary, John A. Blomquist
  • Treasurer, Barry D. Decker, CSM (Retired)
  • Assistant Treasurer, Paul D. Eikenberg
  • Director, Charles N. Alston, Sr.
  • Director, Michael L. Dixon, LTC (Retired)
  • Director, Antha W. Edwards
  • Director, Windsor L. Jones
  • Director, Dee Layman
  • Director, Joseph A. Traino III, LTC (Retired)

Among the highlights of the meeting were a ceremonial posting of the colors by Patapsco High School’s Junior ROTC; a choral performance of the National Anthem and recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance by the Edgewood High School Choir; and free gifts for members and guests.

Since its founding in 1938, APG Federal Credit Union has been delivering financial education to its communities and empowering its member-owner families to become financially secure and knowledgeable.  The credit union currently employs over 250 people and has grown to ten full-service branches in Harford and Cecil counties.

For more information, please call 410-272-4000, press four, or visit


APG Federal Credit Union, with over 90,000 members and assets of $814 million (12/31/2010), has a community charter to provide financial services to everyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers or attends school in Harford and Cecil counties. Ten branches are located in Aberdeen, Aberdeen Proving Ground (on Post), Amyclae, Bel Air, Edgewood, Elkton, Forest Hill, Havre de Grace, Laurel Bush, and North East. APGFCU is a not-for-profit, member-owned cooperative. Credit Union services are available 24/7.  For information, call 410-272-4000 or visit today.


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