Voting is available online and in-branch from January 20 – February 14, 2020.

All adult members are eligible to vote for Board of Director nominees. If you are unable to vote online, you can vote at our Edmonton and Lethbridge branches or request a mail ballot.  A mail ballot must be requested in writing with your name, account number and signature, no later than January 24, 2020. Mail ballots must be received no later than February 14, 2020.

Board of Director Nominees

Mary Lynn Huizinga

Mary Lynn is bookkeeper for HWL Family Enterprises and part owner of Computronix, a software development company that provides regulatory software to government clients. She is a host for the University of Alberta homestay program and was a home educator with the School of Hope.

Mary Lynn and her husband have 7 children. They attend West Edmonton Christian Assembly where Mary Lynn has volunteered in various roles for the past 22 years. She has also served on various homeschool Boards. Mary Lynn believes that we are stewards of all that God has entrusted to us and this should affect how we spend our time, money, relationships, and assets.

This nominee was recommended by the Board.

Eric Nederlof

Eric is a Labour Representative at the Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC) where he has been employed for 28 years.

Eric and his wife Winona have been married for 30 years and have 4 children. They attend Crestwood Presbyterian Church (PCA). Eric serves as an Elder in his church and leads Sunday school and other children’s programs. He has also coached several community and school sports teams.

Eric has been a Christian Credit Union member since 1996. He is a strong proponent of our mission which is to encourage people to be good stewards of the financial resources God has given to them.

This nominee was presented by the membership.

Andrew Wolthuis, CET, GSC

Andrew has been involved in a variety of construction projects in Western Canada, including the oilfield, for the past 35 years. Andrew formed and continues to manage Alpha Construction, and exemplifies Alpha’s values of integrity, safety and social responsibility. Andrew works alongside all the Alpha employees and demonstrates his leadership abilities by sharing his knowledge and experience of the construction industry. Clients, contractors and consultants continue to seek his experience and expertise.

Andrew has been married for 35 years and is a member of Trinity Christian Reformed Church. He has been a member of the Credit Union for over 50 years.

This nominee was recommended by the Board.

Johan Vandenbrink, CPA,CMA

Johan is a Chartered Professional Accountant, having received his designation in 1981. He has worked in public practice, for a local theatre company, and has been self-employed for the last 21 years. His clientele are primarily small businesses and individual personal tax returns.

Johan has been married for 34 years and has 4 adult children. He and his wife have attended Bethel Community CRC for 30 years. Johan has served there twice as treasurer and is also treasurer of his community league. He also enjoys sports, reading and spending time with family.

This nominee was recommended by the Board.