All American Partners FCU members are invited to attend the 2020 Annual Meeting on Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 6 pm. Attendees will receive information on the credit union’s performance and activities over the past year.
APFCU has two board members up for re-election this year: John McCollum and Kevin Williams. You can find out more about Kevin and John below.
Kevin S. Williams
Kevin S. Williams is a talented and seasoned professional with over 20 years in the total quality management, information security, consulting, and public service sectors. He brings a wealth of expertise with strengths areas such as quality management systems, risk management, auditing, government policy development, and both financial strategy and long term budgetary oversight. With an abundance of experience in engaging and relating with people from various countries and socio-economic levels, Kevin has a strong understanding of various markets throughout North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and South America. As a result of his strong understanding, Kevin is an “outside of the box” thinker that knows how to analyze the purpose and impact of those ideas as they relate to the requirements or restrictions of the intended processes and/or markets.
If there’s one thing that can be said about John McCollum, it’s that he serves his community. Throughout his many years of service in addition to his service at American Partners FCU, he has been a part of the Masons at Anderson Lodge 243 and volunteered at the Monroeton Fire Department for 28 years. John began his service to the Credit Union on the Supervisory Committee in 1988 and served until 1995. He rejoined the Committee in 2008 and has been serving on the Board of Directors since 2013.
Following graduating from Reidsville High School in 1970 and Rockingham Community College, John worked as a Journeyman Machinist, spent 25 years at American Tobacco Co. and 11 years at Brown and Williams Tobacco. When John is not hard at work serving our community at American Partners, John enjoys spending time with his four wonderful children and six phenomenal grandchildren.
As a credit union member, you may also nominate members to serve on the Board of Directors. Nominating someone to serve on the Board requires signatures of one percent of the membership and must be accompanied by a statement from the nominee agreeing to the nomination and stating he/she will serve if elected. This information should be sent no later than August 10, 2020 to one of the following nominating committee members: Mickie Kelly, JR Cecil, or Barbara Childress.