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Dupaco Board of Directors Following the Dupaco annual membership meeting and election, Dupaco board members take the oath of office Feb. 20 at the Dupaco Voices Building in Dubuque, Iowa. (D. Klavitter/Dupaco photo)

Dupaco announces 2022 board election results

During Dupaco Community Credit Union’s 73rd annual membership meeting Sunday, Feb. 20, 2022, members reelected Steve Chapman, Ron Meyers and Renee Poppe to serve three-year terms on the credit union’s volunteer board of directors. Ellen Goodmann Miller was elected to serve the unexpired term of the late Ron Mussehl.

About the directors

Chapman has served on the Dupaco board since 1988. He is vice president and chief operating officer of Auxiant, which has offices in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Madison, Wis; and Milwaukee, Wis.

Meyers joined the Dupaco board in 2016. He is principal of Wahlert High School in Dubuque.

Goodmann Miller joined the Dupaco board in August 2021. She is community resource development specialist with Gronen in Dubuque.

Poppe has been on the Dupaco board since 2010. She is senior vice president for Medline Industries, LP, in Dubuque.

Officer appointments

Following the membership meeting, the board of directors held its reorganizational meeting. And these officer appointments were made:

  • Ron Meyers, chair
  • Randy Skemp, vice chair
  • Renee Poppe, secretary
  • Andy Schroeder, treasurer
  • Joe Hearn, president and CEO

Committee appointments

These directors were appointed to committee chair positions:

  • Steve Chapman, chair, Investment/ALM/ALCO committee
  • Denise Dolan, chair, Personnel committee
  • Jeff Gonner, chair, Audit committee
  • Ellen Goodmann Miller, chair, Credit/Delinquent Loan committee
  • Renee Poppe, chair, Nomination committee
  • Andy Schroeder, chair, Credit Union Service Organization Board of Managers and Salary Savings Plan Oversight committee
  • Randy Skemp, chair, Business Lending committee and Dupaco R.W. Hoefer Foundation
  • Bob Wethal, chair, Marketing committee

Meet our board members

As a member-owned, democratically controlled cooperative, all Dupaco members have an equal say in their credit union. Each member has one vote, no matter how much money you have in deposits or loans at Dupaco.