2014 Annual Meeting
April 4, 2014 at the Prairie Meadows Events and Conference Center (1 Prairie Meadows Drive, Altoona, IA)
6pm - Social hour featuring live music. Members will cast their votes for the board of directors election.
7pm - Dinner buffet
8pm - Business meeting immediatly followed by prize drawings.
Tickets are $15 and can be ordered by calling 515-725-2167 or visiting our main office.
Board Member Elections
Members who are listed as the primary owner of an account at Capitol View Credit Union and who are at least 16 years old by April 4, 2014 will be able to participate in board member elections. This year, Capitol View members will be electing four board members. The three candidates with the most votes will be elected to three year terms. The candidate with the forth most votes will serve the remaining term for board member Ann Garvey, which expires at the 2016 annual meeting.
Absentee ballots are available to members who will not be able to attend the 2014 annual meeting. Members may email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our office in person to request an absentee ballots. All absentee ballots must be received by the election committee no later than March 28, 2014.
2014 Board Member Candidates (in alphabetical order):
Chris was born in Sioux City, Iowa and has been a lifelong Iowan. He graduated from Sioux City East High School, from Drake University, and from Drake University Law School with Honors.Chris has studied and practiced workers’ compensation law for approximately eight years before his present position handling representation of employers, insurance carriers, self-insureds, and employees. He has practiced at IBP, inc., Pingel & Templer, P.C., and Max Schott & Associates, P.C. Chris was appointed to the position of Iowa Workers’ Compensation Commissioner by Governor Tom Vilsack on January 9, 2006 and was reappointed by Governor Chet Culver. Chris has twice been confirmed for the position of workers’ compensation commissioner by the Iowa State Senate – with a current term ending in April 2015.
Wendell grew up in Buffalo Center, Iowa and went on to graduate from Drake University in 1973 with a B.A. in political science. In 1976, he graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law and became a member of the Iowa Bar. Wendell has practiced law in Kansas, Virginia, and here in Des Moines. Since 2004, he serves as an assistant ethics counsel for the Iowa Supreme Court Attorney Disciplinary Board. Wendell would like to thank fellow members for considering him during this year’s board member elections.
I have served 15 years as a volunteer director on your credit union board of directors. Currently serving as chairman of the board of Capitol View Credit Union, having been elected by the directors to serve you member in that capacity. During the last fifteen years we have seen slow steady growth for your credit Union. We were able to have slow growth even during the current tough economy. We have added several member friendly services during my tenure. I recently retired after 36 years as a State employee where I was an Information Technology Specialist with Iowa Workforce Development. I would like to continue to serve on your board and thank you for your support in advance.
I am Penny Maxwell from Iowa workforce Workers’ Compensation Division. I have been with the State of Iowa for little over 23 years. I moved to Iowa 25 years ago when I was married. I graduated from Oklahoma State University with a BS in Fashion Merchandising and minor in business. I am running for my 2nd term on the board. During the first term I was on the auditing committee.
I have been on the credit union board for several years. I retired from Workforce Development after 37 years of service. I currently serve on the credit committee. I have served on the audit committee in the past. I am currently employed by Marick Incorporated and been there since I retired in January of 2002. I have been a member of the credit union since 1965 and all my immediate family are also members. I have enjoyed my time on the board and hope that I can continue to serve.
I was born and raised in a small rural town in NE Missouri. I have one brother that is 18 months older than me (that also works for the State of IA as a DBA). I attended Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, IA and graduated in 1991 with an Associate Degree in Information Technology. I moved to Iowa shortly after graduation and worked for a couple insurance companies before coming to the State about 10 years ago. I now live in rural SE Polk County with my wife and two kids; Schuyler (7) and London (4). To keep busy (and save for college), we own rental properties here in the Des Moines area and a mini storage rental business in my home town of Queen City, MO. We just finished building a home and are now looking forward to spending next summer relaxing with our favorite family pastime, boating.