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2016 Call for Nominations

October 21, 2016

Would you like to represent the membership and set the direction of the Credit Union? We need qualified members to fill four upcoming vacancies on the Board of Directors. Information about the qualifications of Directors can be found here.

The Board has nominated the following four individuals to fill four vacancies. If the membership does not submit any additional nominations, there will be no need for an election and the Board nominees will be declared elected by acclamation at our AGM in March 2017.

Nominations must be in writing and signed by both the member making the nomination and the member being nominated. A copy of the form for nominations is on the back of this notice and can also be obtained at either branch. Nominations are required to be received at either branch of the Credit Union no later than November 18, 2016 and should be addressed to Wally Mulder, Convenor of the Election Committee. 

Henry BoschHenry Bosch

Henry Bosch is an Infrastructure Systems Team Manager at the Alberta Blue Cross, where he has been employed for 14 years.

Henry and his wife Laura have three children and attend St. Albert Canadian Reformed Church. Henry currently volunteers as a Systems Administrator at Parkland Immanuel Christian School and as an Elder and sound technician at his church.

Henry has been a Christian Credit Union member since 1982. He believes serving on the Board would be an excellent opportunity to serve the larger Christian community, helping Christian Credit Union promote and encourage Godly stewardship of members’ financial gifts.

Ed SpronkEd Spronk

Ed is one of the Principals of Spronk & Sons Construction Ltd. and IC Forming Inc. where he continues to enjoy his work in the construction industry.

Ed and his wife Johanna have 12 grandchildren and attend the
Orthodox Reformed Church of Edmonton (URCNA) where he serves as an Elder. He previously served on the Board of Emmanuel Home and the Board of Christian Credit Union.

Ed has been a Christian Credit Union member since 1966. He has completed a 3-year term on the Board and has agreed to serve for another 3-year term.

Bruce AdemaBruce Adema

Bruce is a retired Chartered Accountant who spent 35 years in public practice, most recently as a Partner with BDO Canada LLP. His career focused on providing accounting, taxation and financial services to small and medium-sized business.

Bruce and his wife Elsie have 3 adult children and attend Bethel Christian Reformed Church. He currently serves as the community representative on the Finance Committee of The King’s University.

Bruce has been a member of Christian Credit Union since 1971. He has completed a 3-year term on the Board and has agreed to serve for another 3-year term.

Mike VosMike Vos

Prior to retiring in 2008, Mike had a diversified 40 year career as a banker, most recently as a Chief Technology Officer (Vice-President) with Canadian Western Bank. He was a founding board member of the Exchange ABM network and worked jointly with Credit Unions on various projects.

Mike and his wife Pat are members of Covenant Christian Reformed Church. He currently serves the community as treasurer for his church and Classis Alberta North and as chair of the condo association where he and Pat reside.

Mike has completed a 3-year term on the Board and has agreed to serve for another 3-year term.


Download the form for nomination of directors here.


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