Thanks for helping us celebrate 60 years of giving back!
We are so grateful for each and every one of our Members. It’s because of you that 2016 was so great! Let’s take a look back at the year “by the numbers.”
- $21,884 – Raised for causes near and dear to our hearts
- 146 – Combined years of Membership of our Inspiring Members
- $4,480 – In Visa Gift Cards given away to Members
- 3 – Years rated as the #1 credit union Mortgage team
- 14 – Free seminars on life’s biggest events
- 34, 021 – Number of Members and counting!
Inspiring Member Tribute
Throughout the year, our Team nominated Members who have inspired us with their dedication, service and kindness while helping others through the Credit Union and/or in the community. Each quarter, one Member was honored and featured on our website, social media sites and in our Branch Offices.
1st Quarter Inspiring Member: Bernie Hurley
60 years ago Bernie Hurley and 11 other educators laid the foundation for DuPage Credit Union. Today, Bernie continues to volunteer in the community and inspire others to do the same. "No one exemplifies the Credit Union’s philosophy more than Bernie,” said Star Dieter, Card Services Manager and Team Member since 1979.
2nd Quarter Inspiring Member: James Jannisch
A Member of the Credit Union for 34 years, James Jannisch’s kindness is contagious. “It’s Mr. Jannisch’s nature to make everyone he meets feel appreciated, so I wanted to make sure he knows that we also appreciate him,” said Daniel Sheehan, Member Services Associate, who along with Teller Associate Whitney Opare-Addo, nominated Mr. Jannisch.
3rd Quarter Inspiring Member: Sandy Renehan
Recently retired All Saints Catholic Academy Principal Dr. Sandy Renehan, “has inspired thousands of local students to be well-rounded and gracious students that give back to their communities and abroad by leading with her enthusiastic spirit and giving heart,” said Marketing Associate Tami McQueen.
4th Quarter Inspiring Member: Katie DeSotell
For over 30 years, retired District 204 Reading Specialist Katie DeSotell helped students unlock their passion for reading. Although no longer in the classroom, she continues to advocate for local students, as well as students in developing countries such as Tanzania and Haiti.