Senator Van Hollen tribute to Library of Congress Federal Credit Union Vice Chairman Eugene P. Boyd published in the Congressional Record
HYATTSVILLE, MD (October 14, 2021) — Senator Van Hollen recently issued a tribute in the Congressional Record in recognition of the Library of Congress Federal Credit Union Vice Chairman Eugene P. Boyd’s four decades of service to the U.S. Congress.
“The U.S. Congress and our Nation are better informed because of Eugene Boyd’s service to the legislative branch,” said Senator Van Hollen. “I ask my colleagues to join me in wishing Mr. Boyd and his beloved wife Sharon Butts, also a CRS retiree, and daughter Lauren, all the best as Mr. Boyd begins the next chapter of his life of service to his community and his country.”
Mr. Boyd retired in January 2020, but, as with many other milestones, recognition of his retirement was disrupted by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are thrilled with the well-deserved recognition from Senator Van Hollen of Eugene’s decades-long dedication to service of the U.S. Congress,” said Marsha King, CEO of Library of Congress FCU. “We value Eugene’s leadership and commitment to service on the Library of Congress FCU Board of Directors as well.”
Library of Congress FCU Vice Chair Eugene P Boyd
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Library of Congress Federal Credit Union (lcfcu.org) has proudly served America's library community since 1935. With assets of $295 million and serving over 9,800 members nationwide, Library of Congress FCU is here to advance the financial life story of Library of Congress employees, retirees, family members and American Library Association members.