DAVENPORT, Okla. - Max Stoll, a longtime member of the Oklahoma credit union family, died July 31 after a long battle with cancer. He was 62. Stoll spent over 17 years in the credit union movement. He was one of the chartering members of Central Oklahoma FCU which was chartered in May 1988 and held the position of president/CEO of the $20 million CU. He was also an active member of OCUPAC and was very supportive of various governmental affairs initiatives in Oklahoma to support credit unions. He was also a member of the National Association of Developmental Credit Unions. Stoll is survived by his wife Dee, son Jerry Max Stoll Jr., and his daughter Jane Taylor. Friends of Stoll who want to make a memorial contribution can do so in his name and send their memorial to directly to the American Cancer Society with a request to send a memorial card notice to Dee Stoll, c/o COFCU, P.O. Box 310, Davenport, Okla. 74025. The address is: American Cancer Society, Attn: Jan Heck, 6529 N. Meridian, Suite 110, Oklahoma City, Okla. 73116.
Oklahoma CU Veteran, Central Oklahoma FCU President Stoll Dies
Want the latest credit union news?
Sign up for our free newsletter today! All the breaking credit union news and information you need to make the right decision for your credit union delivered to your inbox. For free!
Thanks for subscribing, you will start receiving the Daily News Alert tomorrow!