Herb Wegner Memorial Awards are presented during CUNA GAC in February.
Schumacher built a legacy as a credit union CEO, a league leader, a major contributor to the global system through CUDE, and much more.
Gary Oakland, who led BECU in Seattle to unprecedented growth as its CEO for 26 years and whose generosity and selflessness made him an industry leader and an influential contributor to a wide variety of community causes, has been named the winner of the 2014 Herb Wegner Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Nominations are due June 28 for the Herb Wegner Memorial Awards—the credit union movement’s highest national honors. Categories include Individual Achievement, Outstanding Organization/Program and Lifetime Achievement.
Credit union supporters are encouraged to nominate individuals and organizations for the 2014 Herb Wegner Memorial Awards, “widely considered the highest national honors in the credit union movement,” according to the NCUF’s Josie Collins.
More than 800 credit union advocates and their families gathered in Washington, D.C., Monday night to honor the industry’s best at the Herb Wegner Memorial Awards dinner. The NWCUA’s Denise Gabel brought her signature blend of humor and insight to her role as Master of Ceremonies.
The NWCUA’s Denise Gabel will emcee the NCUF’s Herb Wegner Awards Dinner in Washington, D.C., next week during the CUNA GAC, which Gabel described as “the heartbeat of the credit union movement.”
With deadlines scheduled for June, nominations are currently being accepted for the NWCUA’s Chapter Excellence Awards and the NCUF’s Herb Wegner Memorial Awards, honoring leaders in the movement on the local and national level.