INDIANAPOLIS (11/13/14)--The Indiana Credit Union League inducted four credit union professionals into its Hall of Fame last month during the league's annual convention in Indianapolis.
The league also honored five other individuals with awards in various categories.
The four hall of fame inductees were:
In her career, Munse, who continues to serve as a volunteer member of Indiana Members' supervisory committee, served on the league's board from 2004 to 2013, served as league chair from 2009 to 2010, and was the charter director of the Indiana Credit Union Foundation (ICUF). Munse's national involvement includes service on the awards committee of the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) and on the executive committee of the Credit Union Legislative Action Council;
Gonzalez began her career in the credit union movement more than 28 years ago with Members Choice, known then as Nippers FCU. In addition to serving members of that credit union, Gonzalez served on the league board from 2006 to 2014 and was league chair from 2011 to 2012. Currently, Gonzalez sits on the ICUF board and the CUCare Welfare Benefit Plan Trust board;
Jenkins is a 33-year veteran of the credit union movement, with past leadership roles in a number of credit unions nationwide. Under her leadership, Heritage FCU has received numerous awards, including "Readers Choice" awards from local publications. She also serves on the Indiana Credit Union Foundation board and is a member of both the league's governmental affairs and convention committees; and
After retiring from Bethlehem Steel as an electrician, Stowers has served as a volunteer member of Allegius' board for 44 years. Stowers, a graduate of CUNA Management School, has served as board chair for the credit union and has been active in the Northwest Indiana Chapter of Credit Unions. Stowers is most familiar to the state's credit unions for his work on the Indiana Credit Union Political Action Committee, of which he served as chair from 1987 to 2009. In 1993, Stowers was recognized as the league's volunteer achievement award recipient for his contributions and dedication to the credit union movement.
The five individuals to receive additional awards were: