SPIREs Stoltz Named to Saint Paul Police Foundation Board
Thursday, June 6, 2019
SPIRE Credit Union - FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. (June 4, 2019) Dan Stoltz, SPIRE Credit Union’s President and CEO, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Saint Paul Police Foundation Board of Directors. As part of a fifteen person board comprised of community leaders from throughout the Twin Cities, Stoltz will help the Foundation work toward their key initiatives: Police Activities League (PAL); Explorers Program; Law Enforcement Career Path Academy (LECPA), training, facilities, safety programs and protective gear; and the non-lethal ammunition pilot program .
This new Board appointment is representative of Stoltz’s strong commitment to giving back. In addition to serving as President/CEO of $1.1 billion SPIRE Credit Union, with 110,000+ members, 300+ employees and eighteen branches, he holds current leadership positions with: Regions Hospital Foundation, PGA Tour Executive Committee, Ordway Center for the Arts and Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union. Stoltz is admired among business professionals, community leaders, and employees for his tremendous business acumen coupled with contagious positivity and passion for giving back.
“We are thrilled to have Dan’s expertise and commitment to community on the St. Paul Police Foundation Board,” said Amy Roberts, the Foundation’s Board Chair, “His integrity and pledge to uphold ethics in everything he does are admirable traits that parallel our mission and purpose.”
About SPIRE Credit Union
A full-service financial institution, proudly serving Minnesota and Wisconsin residents since 1934. SPIRE is committed to providing smart products, great rates and excellent service with a goal to improve the financial lives for both personal and business members. SPIRE has 18 branches across the metro and throughout northern Minnesota. To learn more about SPIRE, please visit www.myspire.com.
About Saint Paul Police Foundation
The Saint Paul Police Foundation is committed to supporting the Saint Paul Police Department through projects that create community partnerships, expand the use of technology in deterring and solving crime, and improve the readiness of our police department through education focused on the safety of our citizens.