Sussex County residents Pamela Fleuette and Gerald Reynolds were recently honored by the Delaware Credit Union League for their service to credit unions. Reynolds was selected as the 2012 Outstanding Credit Union Volunteer, and Fleuette was named 2012’s Outstanding Credit Union Professional for the state of Delaware.
The awards were presented at the Delaware Credit Union League’s annual meeting, held April 18-20 in Dover. This award program, administered by the state’s credit union trade association, has been in existence since 1993.
Reynolds has been a volunteer with Delaware State Police Federal Credit Union for 35 years. He has held many leadership positions, including chairman of the board. Reynolds was instrumental in changing the strategic planning process, which resulted in the recent awarding of a Trade, Industry and Profession charter to the credit union, expanding membership opportunity to police officers throughout Delaware.
Fleuette, CEO of Sussex County Federal Credit Union, has been involved in the credit union movement since 1986. She first served as an examiner, problem case officer and supervisory examiner for the National Credit Union Association. In 1989, she joined her husband Andy in Fleuette Financial Services, providing consulting services. Fleuette has been CEO of Sussex County Federal Credit Union since October 2006. During her tenure, Fleuette has never wavered in providing sound leadership, and she is relentless in seeking delivery channels that enhance efficient service to the credit union members.
The Delaware Credit Union League is a trade association for 26 credit unions in Delaware; these credit unions represent almost 208,000 members across the state.