Upcoming Nomination and Balloting Process Announced

8/1/2019
The 7 17 Credit Union 2020 election, nomination and balloting process for the board of directors will soon be under way. There will be two positions up for re-election, each for a three-year term. Election of the directors, and any other items that require a membership vote, are handled through the mail and potentially through electronic methods, giving every member equal opportunity to vote.
 
In the event of a contested election, ballots will be sent to the membership with the December 2019 account statements that should be received on or around January 10, 2020. The ballot results will be announced at the Annual Meeting in April 2020. 
 
Raymond “Corky” Manofsky and Joseph Noark, both board directors, have been appointed to the 2020 election Nominating Committee. All candidate nominations for the board of directors’ positions must be made by the Nominating Committee prior to the ballot mailing. Candidates should be aware that the board of directors’ positions require a considerable amount of volunteer time.  Members interested in being considered as a volunteer by the committee should send a letter outlining their intent to run, if nominated; and serve, if elected; along with a resume to:
 
7 17 Nominating Committee
Seven Seventeen Credit Union
3181 Larchmont Ave. NE
Warren, OH  44483–2498
 
Letters of intent and resumes MUST BE POSTMARKED AND RECEIVED BY CERTIFIED U.S. MAIL (with return receipt requested) by the Nominating Committee no later than August 31, 2019. If you have any questions regarding your letter, or the nominating process, call 330-372-8100, 330-726-0344, 330-298-0400, 330-677-0001, 330-492-1106 or 800-775-7741, extension 8197.
 
Nominations will not be accepted from the floor at the Annual Meeting. Members who have submitted letters of intent by the deadline and are not nominated may still have their names placed on the ballot if they submit a petition containing a minimum of 250 valid member signatures. Your directors look forward to your participation in the 2020 election, nomination and balloting process.