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Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Dupaco announces board election results

During Dupaco Community Credit Union’s 69th Annual Membership Meeting held Feb. 18, Jeff Gonner, Ron Mussehl, and Randy Skemp were re-elected to serve three-year terms on the credit union’s volunteer board of directors.

Gonner has served on the Dupaco board since 2009. He is Chief Financial Officer at Medical Associates in Dubuque. Mussehl joined the Dupaco board in 2010. He is owner of Ron’s BP Convenience Stores in Dubuque. Skemp has served on the Dupaco board since 2003. He is senior director of field sales at Active Network Inc. in Dallas, Texas.

Following the membership meeting, the board of directors held its re-organizational meeting, at which these officer appointments were made:

  • Bob Wethal, chair of the board
  • Andy Schroeder, vice chair
  • Steve Chapman, secretary
  • Renee Poppe, treasurer
  • Joe Hearn, president/CEO

These directors were appointed to committee chair positions:

  • Steve Chapman, chair, Salary Savings Plan Oversight committee
  • Denise Dolan, chair, Nomination and Personnel committes
  • Jeff Gonner, chair, Investment/Asset Liability Management committee
  • Ron Meyers, chair, Credit/Delinquent Loan committee
  • Ron Mussehl, chair, Business Lending Committee
  • Renee Poppe, chair, Marketing committee
  • Andy Schroeder, chair, CUSO Board of Directors
  • Randy Skemp, chair, Audit Committee

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 she or he has in deposits or loans at Dupaco.

Steve Chapman Denise Dolan Jeff Gonner Joe Hearn Ron Meyers
Ron Mussehl Renee Poppe Andy Schroeder Randy Skemp Bob Wethal
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