Rick H. Boldt, Metro Credit Union member: 32 years
Mr. Boldt has served as a Metro Credit Union volunteer board member for nine years and has previously served as a member of the Supervisory Committee. In addition, Mr. Boldt has served on a number of boards in the community including: Ronald McDonald House, Meyer Foundation for Disabilities, Nebraska Coalition for Lifesaving Cures and others.
Mr. Boldt is employed as the Manager, Disaster Planning, Assistant Manager, Safety Environmental Services Liaison Transportation & Recycling for the University of Nebraska Medical Center. “I am committed to continuing the unique family environment that we have created at the credit union. Our members and employees have been the key to the success enjoyed by our organization. My commitment to family, combined with my 34 years of experience with UNMC, will continue to influence the decisions I make as a Metro Credit Union Board member.”
Joe Eckley, Metro Credit Union member: 20 years
Joe is a graduate of Gross High School and has been in the auto sales and finance business for over 27 years. He has been a part owner of Eckley Auto Brokers since 1993. Joe and wife Corrina have three children (Megan, Rachel and Joey). In addition to doing work for Catholic Charities, Joe and his family enjoy spending time at the family cabin located in Cedar Creek, Nebraska. Joe says, “there isn’t a better feeling than walking into a place of business where everyone knows your name. This has been my experience with Metro and it has impressed me so much. I actually use my experience with Metro as the foundation for great customer service when training our employees.” Joe feels that his experience in the auto industry and more specifically the area of higher-risk lending would serve him well as a Metro Credit Union volunteer director.
Larry Ludwig, Metro Credit Union member: 24 years
Mr. Ludwig, in addition to serving as a Metro Credit Union volunteer Director, is active in a number of community organizations (Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Veteran Administration, Habitat for Humanity and Toys-for-Tots). Mr. Ludwig served in the United States Marines and is a Persian Gulf war veteran. “I’ve found my time serving on the Metro Board to be extremely satisfying, particularly when you consider that we are all working toward the same goal of improving our members’ lives.”