2021 Annual Meeting and Board Elections

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Generations FCU Annual Meeting

The 2021 Annual Meeting took place virtually on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. The meeting featured updates on credit union business from 2020, and the announcement of Board Election results.

Board Election Results
The affairs of the credit union are governed by nine Directors, per the Generations FCU bylaws. These officials are elected by and from the credit union’s membership.

Three positions on the Board of Directors were up for election in the 2020-2021 nomination and election cycle. An election was conducted among the membership per the credit union bylaws, and votes have been tabulated. We are happy to announce the following elected officers for the GFCU Board of Directors:

Paulette McClure
McClure has been a GFCU volunteer for more than 25 years, including 12 years of service to the Supervisory Committee. She has served on the Credit, Membership Liaison, and ALCO Committees. She received her Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of North Texas (formerly North Texas State University), and retired from the City of San Antonio after nearly 29 years of service.

Rosalie O. Manzano
Manzano has served on the GFCU Board of Directors since 1985 in various roles that included Chair, Vice-Chair and Treasurer. Rosalie has worked for the City of San Antonio, UT System and at Alamo Colleges in a variety of public sector jobs involving grant compliance, HR and entrepreneurial consultant services. Manzano also directed multimillion-dollar economic business development and workforce training partnership programs serving communities large and small. Manzano is a Certified Volunteer Expert (CVE), awarded by the National Association of Federal Credit Unions, and holds an M.A. in Urban Studies from Trinity University and a B.A. in Public Administration from Our Lady of the Lake University.

Joseph N. Martinez
Martinez has served GFCU as a Board Member for more than 31 years. He has served as a uniformed officer for the San Antonio Police Department for more than 38 years and was with the National Guard for 12 years.