58th Annual Meeting – Save the Date
You’re Invited to Lanco FCU’s 58th Annual Meeting
Save the Date — Tuesday, March 14, 2023
Lanco Federal Credit Union’s 58th Annual Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 14, 2023. Look for meeting details and registration information to be announced in January 2023, in our Membership Matters newsletter and at lancofcu.com.
Board of Directors Elections
Members wishing to submit a nomination petition for an available board seat (a voluntary position) must do so by January 27, 2023. Petitions must be signed by 1% of Lanco FCU’s membership and include biographical information.
Mail petitions to: Lanco FCU, Nominating Committee, 349 W Roseville Rd, Lancaster, PA 17601.
According to the credit union’s bylaws, nominations from the floor are not permitted unless sufficient nominations have not been made by the Nominating Committee or by petition. The Nominating Committee submitted sufficient nominations to fill the vacancies this year.
The nominating committee has presented two incumbents to fill the expiring terms on the Board of Directors:
Brandon has been a member of Lanco Federal Credit Union since 2018 and a Lanco FCU board member since 2021. He has a degree in Business Administration from Messiah University. Brandon was employed as a Commercial Lender for over 10 years before transitioning into self-employment in the real estate industry in 2021. Brandon’s previous board involvement includes Habitat for Humanity of Lancaster and Camp Hebron. Outside of his business endeavors, Brandon enjoys spending time with his friends and family and homesteading.
In December 2020, John Bingham was appointed to serve as an Associate Director on the Board of Directors of Lanco Federal Credit Union. He became a voting member by appointment in January 2022. John and his late wife, Victoria, became members of the credit union in 1967. With degrees from both Franklin & Marshall College and Millersville University, John worked as an educator at Lancaster Country Day School and J.P. McCaskey school district, serving as Science Department Head for each. In addition, he has served on the East Hempfield Township Planning Commission, was elected to the Board of Supervisors and is currently a member of the Township Zoning hearing Board. His career as a volunteer has also included Lancaster County Clean Water Consortium, Lancaster Housing Opportunity Program, and Capitol Resources, Conservation, and Development Area Council. Aside from his extensive volunteer efforts, John enjoys gardening, home maintenance and working on his cars.