Volunteers who serve on LGFCU committees provide the important function of checks and balances for the Credit Union. They are selected directly from the membership and are important to the success of LGFCU.
The Supervisory Committee's primary duty is to inspect the Credit Union's records for accuracy, its assets for security, and its procedures for the proper handling and use of funds. The committee uses the services of a CPA and oversees clerical and auditing personnel hired by the committee to complete its audit responsibilities.
- Amy Bason - Raleigh
- Ryan Draughn - Sanford
- Emily Lucas - Wake Forest
- Michelle Price - Cary
Loan Review Committee
When a financial services officer in a branch office denies a member's loan or credit card application, the member has the right to appeal the decision and ask for the Loan Review Committee (LRC) to review the action. This is one of the unique benefits that some credit unions offer to their members.
The LRC has the authority to uphold the original decision and deny the loan, or to decide to approve the loan. Each committee member serves a two-year term and is appointed by the LGFCU Board of Directors.
Everyone gets the same interest rates. If LGFCU doesn't make the loan, you still have two chances to receive a loan by appealing that decision."
Charles W. | Washington State
Committee members and their employers
- Jim Baker – Retired
- Nancy Held – Retired
- Pam Hurdle - Town of Hertford
- Dale Johnson - Retired
- Tony King - Town of Louisburg
- Caroline Lee - Retired
- Wilbert McAdoo – Retired
- Nancy Medlin - Town of Clayton
- Charles Murray - Retired
- Cheryl Perry - Town of Cary
- Jean Stowers - Johnston Community College
- Sam Tingler - Town of Cary
- Charles Weber - Retired
- Mark Williams - Retired