Carl Rummel Chosen as Volunteer of the Year by the NAFCU
Missoula Federal Credit Union
August 10, 2012 – Carl Rummel, Board Chair of Missoula Federal Credit Union (MFCU), was chosen as the Volunteer of the Year by the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU). Rummel was honored at a special ceremony recently which was held in conjunction with the NAFCU Annual Conference and Exhibition in Nashville. This award recognizes Rummel as an exemplary leader who is an inspiration to his colleagues nationwide.
Roberta Smith, Sr. Vice President of MFCU, describes Carl as “A very unique leader – technically savvy, financially a wizard, results oriented, yet one of the kindest, most fun, sincere and visionary people you would ever want to meet.” Carl has served as a volunteer on both the Supervisory Committee and the Board of Directors of Missoula Federal Credit Union since 2004. Rummel has served as Director, Treasurer, Vice Chairperson, and, for the last two years, as Chairperson of the MFCU Board. In addition, Carl has served as a speaker at Montana Credit Union Network Annual Meetings, the World Council of Credit Unions, the Credit Union National Association Annual Volunteer Conference and more. Carl is an incredibly dedicated and motivational leader who volunteers countless hours every month not only to MFCU, but to Easter Seals, Kiwanis International and many other non-profits.
Carl was a winner among credit unions with assets of $150 million or more. He will be profiled in an upcoming issue of The Federal Credit Union magazine.
Missoula Federal Credit Union was established in 1956 and serves people who live or work in Missoula, Lake and Ravalli counties.