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It’s Time to Vote
For your Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee

Paul Erickson

IT Director

Everett Housing Authority

I have twenty years of experience with the Everett Housing Authority in the Finance Department, Where I manage IT concerns, along with budgeting, bank, checking, and billing processes. I feel my experience will be a valuable asset for the NW Plus CU Board of Directors.

 

 

 

 

 


Vicki Heilman

Retired

I have been a member of the Credit Union since 1981. During my membership I have had the privilege to serve in the capacity as a member of the board of directors and member of the supervisory committee. In 1997, I was elected to serve on the All City Credit Union Supervisory Committee and during that term I was appointed to fill an unexpired term on the Board of directors. I served in that capacity until the merger with NW Plus CU in June 2010. In November 2010 to present, I have served on the NW Plus CU’s Supervisory Committee. I have enjoyed serving the Credit Union and would like to continue to serve as a member of the Board of Directors.

My background includes over 40 years of financial institution experience. I retired in 2010 after working 32 years for the city of Lynnwood. My major responsibilities included the management of personnel, cash and investment management, preparation of financial reports, budgets and other various finance, audit and business management assignments.

The past seven years I have been a member of the Supervisory Committee and involved with the review for regulatory compliance of audits and internal controls. I would now like the opportunity to serve as a member of the Board of Directors. My objectives will remain the same, to have a role in the safekeeping of our member’s assets by ensuring the Credit Union is meeting the financial objectives as defined by federal/state laws, established Credit Union policies and procedures and strategic planning.
 

Thank you,

Vicki Heilman

 


Kimberly Stone

Director, Compensation and Benefits

Evergreen Health

Serving on the Board is a fulfilling experience and allows me to contribute to the overall success of NW Plus CU by using my leadership and business management skills to create an overall strategic direction. I have been on the Board for 10 + years and gained valuable insight and experience about best practices in board governance and operation of the financial institution, strategic planning and the overall credit union industry.

It is important to me that the Credit union is committed to building, strengthen and enhancing the lives of those who live and work in the communities we serve.

My position in the Human Resources Department at Evergreen Health gives me the knowledge to support and represent credit union employees when needed. I look forward to the opportunity to continue serving the employees, members, and board. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of such a wonderful organization.

 


John Conderman

Retired

I would like to be elected to another term as a board member for NW Plus CU. I have over 30 years of Credit Union experience and came to NW Plus CU from the All City Credit Union in a merger a few years ago. The financial world has been tested over the past 10 years. Experience and knowledge on the board can be the tools the Management team can draw from to lead NW Plus CU to the next level. NW Plus CU is one of leading Credit Unions in Snohomish County and I would love to be able to continue to help keep us on that path.


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