|Event Name:||Board of Directors Election Notice|
|Date:||January 8, 2021 8:00 AM - February 15, 2021 5:00 PM|
Board of Directors Election Notice
The Nominating Committee; Art Center, Mike Gutchell, and Duane Lineback, have nominated the following individuals to fill three current seats on TCT’s Board of Directors.
Peter Trombley brings years of experience in strategic planning and financial analysis, as well as knowledge of compliance operations and information security. He has prior consulting experience with profit-improvement and cost modeling projects for financial organizations. As a management consultant for financial institutions, he focuses on information security and compliance. Peter is the owner and Managing Director of Bankcard Compliance Group, a company providing network encryption compliance audits for Financial Institutions.
Mary Laedlein worked as an assistant to the vice president at American Science and Engineering in Cambridge, Massachusetts for four years. Careful editing and organization were honed, and she learned to look forward. Mary moved to Cambridge, New York in 1980 and taught at Cambridge Central School for 30 years. During that time, she continued to look forward to being a part of the community she lives in. Mary was twice recognized as “Teacher of the Week” by TCT. Mary also received an award for coordinating Operation Santa Claus in Cambridge, which she continues to manage. As a retired teacher, Mary serves as a trustee of the Cambridge Public Library and is proud to be a part of TCT. The credit union embodies the values of personal service and community commitment that Mary believes in. Mary has served on TCT’s Supervisory Committee prior to her appointment to the Board of Directors in 2020.
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 the 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 is also a member of TCT’s Supervisory Committee and is currently Vice-President of the Board of Directors.
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 15, 2021. There will be no nominations from the floor. The Secretary shall post the accepted nominations by April 1, 2021.