Darryll Palmer honored by Soo Line Credit Union through MnCUF’s “Credit Union Builder” award
Thursday, January 7, 2016
SAVAGE, Minn. – Soo Line Credit Union, at a recent Board meeting, honored retiring employee, Darryll Palmer, as a Credit Union Builder through the Minnesota Credit Union Foundation (MnCUF).
Darryll Palmer retired from Soo Line Credit Union at the end of 2015 after 42 years with the credit union. Darryll began as a teller with Soo Line Credit Union in 1973. Since then, Darryll worked his way up to the position of CFO.
“Darryll has touched the lives of many members and staff over his tenure with the credit union,” said SLCU President and CEO, Chris Goebel. “On behalf of the board, staff and members of SLCU, we thank Darryll for his years of service with SLCU and the entire credit union movement, and wish him a happy retirement.”
Palmer joins 35 other individuals who have been honored since 2008 with MnCUF’s Credit Union Builder Award. The names of the recipients and the contributing credit unions are permanently displayed in the Minnesota Credit Union Network’s lobby as a tribute to their accomplishments. The honorees receive a plaque from the Minnesota Credit Union Foundation, and donors are also listed online and in the MnCUF’s annual report.
To learn more about the Credit Union Builder Award and to view a list of those who have been honored with this recognition, visit the MnCUF website (www.mncufoundation.org/cubuilder).
Keenly focused on financial education and professional development initiatives, the Minnesota Credit Union Foundation is dedicated to providing the resources for credit unions and communities to prosper and thrive. MnCUF is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1969 that serves as a charitable arm of the Minnesota credit union movement. For more information, visit www.mncufoundation.org.