Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union, Aberdeen, Md., honored 26 employees of the credit union for their service to the credit union at the milestones of 10 through 25 years. The ceremony was held at the Richmond Ballroom in Englewood, Md. The credit union believes that its success is incumbent upon their long-term employees and their dedication to the credit union and the members that serve in the community. Honored for their 25 years of service were, Susan Kemen and Tina Mike. Honored for 20 years of service were Lynne MacLeod, Louise Oldland, Barbara Poff, and Janet Self. Honored for 15 years of service were Shawna Barben and Margaret Halstead. Honored for ten years of service were Paul Slaby, Diedra Blevin, Michele Funk, Claudia Holman, Kirk Ingold, Laurie Klucczynski, Elizabeth Lapointe, Cheryl Narizzano, Robin Remines, Diane Semenkow and Patricia Wackford.Holy Rosary Credit Union, Rochester N.H., announced that Erica Tremblay has been awarded employee of the quarter for the first quarter of 2009. The award recipient is chosen for their honorable qualities and their dedication to the job. Erica has received the award not only for demonstrating those qualities but also because of her encouraging attitude and assistance in the workplace. Erica has been with the credit union since 2005 when she started as a part-time teller at the Rochester branch. She was quickly promoted to a full-time position as senior teller of the Farmington branch. Soon after her promotion, Erica expressed interest in the lending aspect of the business and she was transferred to the mortgage and loan center as the new-loan processor.GFA Federal Credit Union, Gardner, Mass., recognized Henry Robichaud for his 50 years of service as director of the credit union. Robichaud had served as director of the credit union since 1959. In 2009 he became director emeritus. Over the years Robinchaud’s service to the credit union can be numerically quantified. His service includes over 800 board meetings and 5,000 hours of commitment. In recognition of his service, he received a proclamation from GFA’s Chairman Michael Horrigan as well as citations from the Massachusetts legislature.SOUTH

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