ProFed FCU Honors Indiana Educator for Board Service
The $375 million ProFed Federal Credit Union in Fort Wayne, Ind., recently honored retired teacher Robert R. Love for 50 years of service to the 46,200-member credit union.
Love, who taught French and English for 37 years at DeKalb Central High School, began his service in 1963 on the credit committee of the former DeKalb County Schools Employees FCU and joined the board a year later, ProFed FCU said.
He joined the board of ProFed FCU when it merged the schools credit union in 1991 and currently serves as chairman of the supervisory committee, ProFed said.
“ProFed is extremely fortunate to benefit from the wisdom and experience Mr. Love brings to our credit union,” said ProFed FCU President/CEO Gregory Troutner. “His dedication and service to the community are inspiring to all.”
Love, a World War Two veteran and Indiana University graduate, also is the treasurer of the DeKalb County Retired Teachers Association and the DeKalb County Council on Aging, ProFed said in its announcement.