Greater Nevada Credit Union announces board of directors at 72nd annual meeting
Members and staff gather virtually to commemorate 72 years in business and recognize long-standing members
CARSON CITY, NV (March 15, 2021) —
Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU) held its 72nd annual meeting virtually on March 9 to commemorate an historic year for the credit union, announce the results of its Board of Directors election, give voice to members, and recognize those who have held membership at the credit union for 35 years.
At the meeting, Secretary Jon Steele and Treasurer Travis Lee were re-elected to serve in their respective positions. Steele is a managing member of Steele & Associates, LLC and GNCU member since 1997. Lee is a testing & training and release manager with the state of Nevada and a GNCU member since 2011.
The rest of the Board of Directors are:
- Chairman Bill Arensdorf, a member since 1972 and retired director for fiscal accountability for the Nevada Department of Education
- Vice Chair Rob Joiner, a member since 1984 and associate with Nevada Premier Commercial
- Director Marsha Burgess, a member since 1975 and retired CEO of Greater Nevada Credit Union
- Director Barbara Byington, a member since 1983 and retired Douglas County assessor.
- Director Paul Richey, a member since 1979 and retired business manager
About Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU)
Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU) is headquartered in Carson City, Nevada and has been helping Nevadans with their financial needs since 1949. The credit union serves more than 87,000 consumers and small businesses and has $1.76 billion in assets. GNCU’s subsidiaries include Greater Nevada Mortgage, Greater Commercial Lending and Greater Nevada Insurance. GNCU is a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and has been consistently recognized as a Best Financial Institution in many of its service areas and as a top employer by the Reno/Tahoe Best Places to Work Awards. GNCU is also the title sponsor of Greater Nevada Field in Reno. For more information, call (800) 421-6674 or visit www.gncu.org.