Vicky_LorchickVicky Lorchick
Metro Credit Union member: 21 years

Vicky joined the credit union in 1992 and became a volunteer director in 2001. Vicky currently works for Nelson, VanDenburg & Campbell Wealth Management Group. She enjoys reading, outdoor activities and plays a number of musical instruments.

“I’m very excited about the future of Metro Credit Union. I’ve always been impressed by the staff and I certainly feel the credit union is currently strong and growing stronger. I would be honored to serve another term as your volunteer director.”

Marilyn_McWilliamsMarilyn McWilliams
Metro Credit Union member: 38 years

Marilyn dedicated a number of years serving the credit union in a volunteer capacity. Marilyn served a total of nine years as a Metro Credit Union volunteer director, two years as a Supervisory Committee member, and many years as the credit union’s Membership Officer. Marilyn cites the need for Metro to remain competitive by offering a complete list of financial products and services to their members. To that end, Marilyn has overseen the development and implementation of many of the Credit Union products and services enjoyed by members today. Marilyn says she is committed to the idea that each member holds a stake in the future of the Credit Union, and would appreciate the opportunity to help keep that philosophy in place. Marilyn has one son Michael, living in California. Marilyn worked a total of 39 years for both Clarkson Hospital and the Nebraska Medical Center as an LPN, retiring in 2010.

John_WhiteJohn White
Metro Credit Union member: 11 years

John has lived his entire life in Omaha, attending Westside High School and the University of Nebraska, Omaha. He has served as President of the Westside Alumni Association, and was past President of the Omaha Chapter of Painting and Decorating Association. In addition, John has served as a Trustee for Lutheran Church of the Master. John and his wife Carol have two children (David & Emily). John is an avid golfer, hunter and boater.

“I first learned of Metro Credit Union years ago when I was providing service as a vendor. I was immediately impressed by the service provided by the staff and based on that experience, I later took the opportunity to become a member. It would be my pleasure to serve the Credit Union as a volunteer director.”

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