|Event Name:||Board of Directors Election Notice|
|Date:||December 31, 2019 9:00 AM - February 10, 2020 5:00 PM|
Board of Directors Election Notice
The Nominating Committee has nominated the following individuals to fill three current seats on TCT’s Board of Directors.
Frank Basile is a retired teacher from Shenendehowa Central School and has been a TCT member for 38 years. He has expertise in marketing and promotions. Frank has been involved with the NYS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) for more than 23 years. He serves on the FBLA Board of Trustees where he was Chairperson. He recently received the DECCA Hall Fame Award for his years of outstanding service. Frank is currently our Vice-President, and he also held the position of Board Treasurer. Frank is seeking his 5th term. His goal is to provide ideas and guidance to TCT in appreciation for the years of services to him by TCT as a member.
Linda Harrington is a Castleton State College graduate who worked for 30 years as a math teacher for grades 7-12 at South Glens Falls Junior and Senior High. She also served as advisor of the Junior National Honor Society, advisor of the senior high varsity club, coached the junior varsity field hockey team and was a volunteer at the South Glens Falls High School Marathon Dance. Linda is the treasurer of her family-owned baseball academy, Harrington’s Dugout. Linda is currently the Treasurer of the Board, and she also held the position of Board Secretary. Linda is seeking her 3rd term. Linda served as an Associate Director on TCT Federal Credit Union’s board for 2 years prior to her first term and served on the Supervisory Committee for 1 year.
Carl Flint is a retired elementary teacher from Cambridge Central School where he taught for almost 25 years. During his teaching career at Cambridge, he was recognized by TCT as its "Teacher of the Week," as well as being recognized by the National Honor Society as their "Teacher of the Year." Prior to that he and his family were dairy farmers for twelve years operating a 60-cow dairy farm in central New York. He was also an agricultural teacher for seven years in Delhi, New York. His financial background is in agricultural business, both as an educator and farmer. He is the chief financial officer for his church managing its annual budget and endowments working with the finance committee of the church. Carl believes strongly in the positive attributes that credit unions provide for their communities and is appreciative of the opportunity to be a part of that mission. Carl was appointed to the Board in 2019 and is seeking to complete the 1-year term of his seat. He recently served as an Associate Director and is currently serving on our Supervisory Committee.
Nomination petitions for candidates who wish to seek elections may be requested by calling or visiting any of our four branches, or by clicking on the Official Nominating Petition and Volunteer Application Packet links below. A minimum of 20 members, in good standing, must sign a candidate’s petition and the petition must be submitted to the Secretary of the Board by February 10, 2020. There will be no nominations from the floor. The Secretary shall post the accepted nominations by April 1, 2020.
Save the Date: Our Annual Meeting will be Friday, May 8, 2020, at the Holiday Inn in Saratoga Springs.