Board of Directors

Rock Valley Federal Credit Union's Board of Directors are member-elected volunteers. All of these men and women are dedicated to ensuring the financial growth and security of the entire membership. Nine people serve on our Board at any given time, each serving a three-year term.

  • David Gill, Chairman (2019)
  • Bob Burden, Vice Chairman (2018)
    • Annual Credit Union Meeting
  • Lynne Kowalczyk, Treasurer (2020)
    • ALCO
  • Melinda Jacobson, Director (2018)
    • Annual Credit Union Meeting
    • Education
  • Stuart Meyerson, Director (2018)
    • Annual Credit Union Meeting
  • Cam Staman, Director (2019)
    • Membership
  • Ken Konetski, Director (2019)
    • Security
  • Lori Mitchell, Secretary (2020)
    • Legislative
    • Nominating Committee
  • Bob Toews, Director (2020)
    • Nominating Committee


Looking for Volunteers to Run for Board of Directors - Posted:  Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Rock Valley Credit Union is looking for interested members to be on our Board of Directors. In applying for the position of a Director on the Board of Directors of Rock Valley Credit Union, you are committing to serve the Board as a voting member, develop policies, procedures, and regulations for the operation of Rock Valley Credit Union; and to monitor finances of the Credit Union, its products and performance. You agree to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the position. You need to fully understand your fiduciary responsibility that will be entrusted to you and you will perform the duties to the best of your abilities.

The term of your appointment is three years from the annual meeting (Tuesday, March 6, 2018).

Expected Meeting attendance:

•Regularly attend meetings as scheduled, at the minimum 12 per year or as deemed necessary
•Participate in committees of the Board as appointed
•Attend Board workshops and other training opportunities
•Attend the Credit Union annual meeting and other special events as needed
•Attend strategic planning sessions as scheduled

Specific Duties:

•Attend meetings
•Be well informed on agenda items in advance of meetings
•Listen respectfully to others points of view
•Participate in open exchange of ideas
•Participate in decision making
•Represent the Credit Union to the public and to members
•Educate yourself about the needs of the members served by the Credit Union
•Participate in training events to increase your knowledge to better serve the membership


1.Candidate must meet the minimum age requirement of 18 years as of the election date and be a member in good standing defined as follows:
2.$25 minimum balance in savings
3.No delinquent loans
4.Candidate should be prepared to attend monthly board and periodic committee meetings if elected.
5.No employee or relative of an employee of our Credit Union shall be allowed to run for any elective office.
6.All officials and employees of other financial institutions will be prohibited from running for elective office of this credit union because of Part II of the NCUA Rules and Regulations, which prohibit "Management Official Interlocks"

If you have questions regarding the nominating procedure, contact the current Chairman of the Nominating Committee who can be reached through our main office number 815-877-0441 or send an email to

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