April 6, 2018
Rochester, NH – Holy Rosary Credit Union (HRCU) held their 56th Annual Meeting on Wednesday, March 14th at Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Parish in Rochester, New Hampshire. Nearly 150 members and guests joined HRCU for a night of awards, speeches and dinner. Guest speakers included CCUA President and CEO Paul Gentile, New Hampshire Banking Commissioner Jerry Little, and Stephen Roy, CEO of Tricorp Federal Credit Union.
The speakers credited HRCU for their commitment to offering the latest in products and services to its members, as well as providing the most up to date technology. HRCU was also congratulated on an impressive year of growth and service to the community.
HRCU President and CEO Brian Hughes extolled an eventful year in 2017, which saw the introduction of HRCU Live at the Dover drive-up, as well as the opening of the renovated Dover branch. He also recognized and thanked the evening’s guests, including a number of individuals in attendance from organizations HRCU donated to this past December as a part of their Christmas Caring Campaign.
Hughes welcomed Diane Bessey and Isaac Henderson from the Monarch School of New England and presented them with a check for $15,000 from the HRCU members, a part of the credit union’s commitment to help support the great work the school is doing. Additionally, Hughes recognized Corey, a student from the Monarch School, for his dedication and commitment working in several roles for the credit union over the past year.
HRCU’s Chairman of the Board of Directors, Dana Flanders, presented a service award to Rachel Gilman, who has given 15 years of service to the credit union, first on the Board of Directors, and currently on the Supervisory Committee. Flanders was then recognized by Hughes for his own 15 years of service to the Board of Director.