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Zoom Video Conferencing

68th Annual Membership Meeting

Saturday, March 20, 2021

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  • Overview

    68th Annual Membership Meeting

    All AFFCU members are invited to virtually attend our 68th Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday, March 20, 2021, at 10 a.m. Central Time via Zoom video conferencing. Your involvement in this once-a-year event benefits the entire Credit Union, so please join us for the morning’s important events and presentations.

    You’ll be able to log in and participate by computer or mobile device to view the live stream video, or dial in by telephone to listen to the live audio.

    At your 2021 Annual Meeting, you will have an opportunity to see the management team who run your Credit Union every day. You will learn about the Credit Union’s financial position, current business issues, products and services, and goals for 2021. You can communicate with your volunteer Board of Directors, the elected officials you have chosen to govern the Credit Union. Members of the Credit Union board and committees are truly volunteers—they receive no compensation for their service and commitment.

    This event is an opportunity for you to speak to them about what you want from your Credit Union.

    Click below to register for the meeting. Once we’ve confirmed your RSVP, you will receive a link to attend the meeting. The deadline to RSVP will be March 13, 2021.

     

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  • Nominations by Petition

    Candidates for Board of Directors and Nominations by Petition Process

    Air Force Federal Credit Union (AFFCU) will have three 3-year vacancies on the Board of Directors in 2021. It is the duty of the Nominating Committee to nominate at least one member for each of these positions, with the election to be held at the credit union’s Annual Meeting on March 20, 2021. The Nominating Committee received submissions from three individuals indicating their desire to serve on the Board. The Nominating Committee found the candidates qualified and agreeable to having their names placed in the nomination. The nominees for the AFFCU Board of Directors are: Melvin J. Moczygemba; Thomas L. Scott, USA (Ret) and Brian K. Rawls, USAF (Ret).

    According to Article V of the Bylaws, when only one member is nominated for each position to be filled, the election will not be conducted by ballot and there will be no nominations from the floor. The nominees will be declared elected by general consent, acclamation, or voice vote at the Annual Meeting on March 20, 2021.

    To read the candidates’ bios, click here.

    Nominations may also be made by petition. Petitioners must fulfill the eligibility requirements for directors:

    1. Be a primary member in good standing at AFFCU.
    2. Be at least 18 years of age.
    3. Have never been convicted of a crime involving dishonesty or a breach of trust.
    4. Not to be serving as a paid member of the credit union staff.
    5. No director or committee member may be an immediate family member of a paid employee of the credit union.

    Petitioners must submit the following:

    1. An official AFFCU Petition Form requires the printed name, address, phone number, and signature of the petitioner. A petition must contain the name of only one nominee. A petition must contain the signatures, printed names, addresses, and phone numbers of at least one percent of AFFCU primary members (approximately 519) who are eligible to vote. The number of signatures required will be based on the 3 JANUARY 2021 CURRENCY Candidates for Board of Directors Nominations by Petition Process continued number of primary members as of November 30, 2020. Petitioners will not be allowed to campaign or solicit signatures on AFFCU premises.
    2. An AFFCU Director Application and Agreement to Serve Form containing a signed statement indicating an agreement to serve if elected.
    3. Consumer Credit Report and Background Screening Disclosure and Consent Forms.
    4. A brief (not more than 250 words) paragraph of qualification and biographical data.

    The official AFFCU Petition Form, Director Application and Agreement to Serve Form, and Consumer Credit Report and Background Screening Disclosure and Consent Forms are available from the Executive Offices located at AFFCU’s Corporate Headquarters, 1560 Cable Ranch Road, Suite 200, San Antonio, TX 78245 between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday on regular business days. The official AFFCU Petition Form, Director Application and Agreement to Serve Form, Consumer Credit Report and Background Screening Disclosures and Consent Forms and statement of qualifications and biographical data must be returned no later than Monday, February 1, 2021, to the Supervisory Committee, AFFCU, P.O. Box 760699, San Antonio, TX 78245. Once the deadline has passed, the petitions cannot be retrieved for additional signatures should the number of validated signatures be less than required. The petition will be audited within ten days following the petition deadline. The Supervisory Committee Chairman will inform the petitioner whether the petition was accepted or declined.

    The election will not be conducted by ballot and there will be no nominations from the floor when the number of nominees equals the number of positions to be filled.

  • Nominating Committee Report

    Nominating Committee Report

    Air Force Federal Credit Union (AFFCU) will have three 3-year term vacancies on the Board of Directors in 2021.

    It is the duty of the Nominating Committee to nominate at least one member for each of these positions, with the election to be held at the Credit Union’s annual meeting. The Nominating Committee received submissions from three individuals indicating their desire to serve on the Board. The Nominating Committee found the candidates qualified and agreeable to having their names placed in the nomination. The nominees for the AFFCU Board of Directors are: Melvin J. Moczygemba; Thomas L. Scott, USA (Ret) and Brian K. Rawls, USAF (Ret).

    The three-year positions will be filled first by the candidates receiving the greater number of votes.

    Respectfully Submitted,

    James E. Goodgion, III

    Nominating Committee Chair

  • Board Elections

    Melvin J. Moczygemba, CPA

    Melvin James Moczygemba is married to Jeanette for 47 years and has two daughters Stacey, married to James Hertless, and Lauren, married to James Seale. He has three perfect granddaughters, Makenna Darlene Hertless, Brooklyn Nicole Seale, and Haddie Nicole Seale along with a perfect grandson, Mason Drew Hertless. He retired from the federal government on 12/31/2017 after serving for 30 years. He worked in various accounting and financial analysis positions at Lackland, AFB, Defense Finance & Accounting Service, Brooks City Base, and Fort Sam Houston. He is a practicing Certified Public Accountant owning his own firm and registered with Texas State Board of Public Accountants. He graduated from Texas State University, has taken various graduate accounting courses at The University of Texas at San Antonio, and attends various continuing education classes to maintain his CPA certification. He is an active member of Saint Anthony’s Catholic Church and Knights of Columbus. He has been associated with the Air Force Federal Credit Union as a volunteer since 1991. He served on the Supervisory Committee from January, 1991 until October, 2002 when he joined the Board of Directors and has served since as Treasurer.


     

    Thomas Scott

    CPT Thomas L. Scott, USA (Ret), NCVE

    I have been a member of the Air Force Federal Credit Union since 1992, and I have served as a member of the Supervisory Committee since September 2008. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with emphasis in Healthcare from Wayland Baptist University and a Master’s Degree in Management and Leadership from Webster University and currently pursuing my doctoral degree from Liberty University. I have 27 years of military experience, while serving the last seven and half years as an officer in the Army Reserves. While serving as the Company Commander, part of my responsibilities included increasing the morale and welfare of the troops which involved fundraising to meet budgetary needs; assuring that they were readily prepared and physically fit for any given mission. I later served as a Logistic Officer where I was responsible for movement and getting both supplies and soldiers in the right place at the right time. This particular responsibility compelled the designated officer to be very creative while adhering to a very small budget. I was also a Store Director for Albertson’s. As Store Director, I was accountable for the day-to-day operations which included both accurate till audits and nightly reconciliations. I also served as an Associate Development Supervisor at The Home Depot, where I managed the budget for promotions and raises. I also overseen the budget for associate training which took place each week. Currently, I serve as an Acquisition Program Manager since 2004 to 2018, from 2018 to present and serve as a Logistics manager for the Department of the Air Force, with a total of over 29 years.


     

    Brian Rawls

    CMSgt Brian K. Rawls, USAF (Ret), NCVE

    Since May 2006, he has served as a director on the Air Force Federal Credit Union (AFFCU) Board of Directors. Brian is a certified credit union volunteer and he previously served as a member of the AFFCU Supervisory Committee. He has received 12 awards from the Texas Credit Union League and the Credit Union National Association for his achievements in the volunteer achievement program. He is employed by the Department of the Air Force for 16 years a facilities management specialist, and additional duty as a certified mediator and credentialed advanced mediator. During 28 years of military service, Brian held various positions within the civil engineering community. He is a member of the Air Force Association, Air Force Sergeants Association, Non-Commissioned Officer Association, Society of American Military Engineers, Texas Association of Mediators, and Texas Mediators Credentialing Association. Brian received both a bachelor’s degree in management and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Park University. He’s the holder of a master’s degree in business administration, a master’s degree in human resource, and a master’s degree in procurement and acquisitions from Webster University. As a member of the AFFCU board of directors, he served as chair, Education Committee and vice chair, Asset/Liability Committee; chair, Education Committee, and formerly chair, Nominating Committee.

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