Contributed Report, The Progress-Index
PRINCE GEORGE — Patsy Stuard, chief executive officer of Fort Lee Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Prince George County, was chosen CEO of the Year by the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU). Stuard and other winners in NAFCU’s 2016 Annual Awards Competition will be honored during NAFCU’s 49th Annual Conference and Solutions Expo in Nashville, Tennessee, June 14–17.
“Patsy Stuard has been a valuable asset to Fort Lee Federal Credit Union, demonstrating exemplary leadership skills and ardent dedication that is an inspiration to her colleagues,” said Walter Dane, Board chairman. “This award is a testament to her outstanding services on behalf of our members.”
This year’s competition honored the CEO of the Year, Federal Credit Union of the Year, Professional of the Year and Volunteer of the Year in each of two asset-size categories. Stuard was a winner among credit unions with up to $250 million in assets. NAFCU represents 416 credit unions across the country within this category.
Annual Awards Competition winners will be celebrated during the conference’s general session and breakfast on June 16 and profiled in an upcoming issue of The Federal Credit Union magazine.
Fort Lee Federal Credit Union, founded in 1952, is a community-chartered credit union and has provided financial services to the community through checking, savings and loan products to assist the local membership with their financial service needs. Fort Lee Federal Credit Union serves employees of Fort Lee, as well as the following independent cities and counties: Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Petersburg, Prince George, Dinwiddie, Chesterfield and Sussex.