Defense Credit Union Council inducts Gordon Sam into Hall Of Honor
HONOLULU, HI (May 27, 2016) — Gordon Sam, Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union’s (formerly Pearl Harbor Federal Credit Union) Chairman of the Board of Directors has been selected for the Defense Credit Union Council’s (DCUC) Hall of Honor. Sam is also a long-serving director on Hawaii Credit Union League’s Board.
The Hall of Honor was established in 2000 to acknowledge exceptional individuals who made significant contributions in the credit union community. This award highlights outstanding accomplishments of leaders whose efforts support the credit union movement and DCUC’s philosophy of “Serving Those Who Serve Our Country.”
“Receiving this distinction and being recognized among my peers is truly an honor and privilege. I am grateful to be part of great teams with Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union and Hawaii Credit Union League,” stated Sam.
Sam will be honored during DCUC’s 53rd Annual Conference at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston, Massachusetts.
About Hawaii Credit Union League
Hawaii Credit Union League is the trade association representing credit unions in Hawaii and Guam. HCUL provides advocacy, member services, training, and communication and partners with its member credit unions for individual and industry-wide success.
About Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union:
Established in 1937, Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union is one of Oahu’s largest credit union with $341.5 million in assets, 24 thousand members, 5 branches, and 73 employees. The credit union serves everyone who lives, works, attends school, and worships on Oahu and their families. For additional information about Pearl Hawaii, visit phfcu.com.