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Corporate Governance

As members of a financial cooperative, Interra Credit Union members have a direct voice in the democratic control process by electing the board of directors and the supervisory committee. Using the “one member, one vote” principle, each member1 has the same say in elections, one vote, regardless of the amount of money deposited into or borrowed from the credit union. The elected members are committed to upholding the credit union’s principles and acting in the best interests of Interra members. After all, they are members and live and work in the communities served by the credit union, ensuring the ability to offer truly local perspective and control.


Board of Directors

Seven members volunteer their time to serve on the Interra Board of Directors, each elected for three-year terms. As the governing body of the credit union, the board of directors meets monthly to review operations, establish policy and expand the vision of the credit union.

Tim YoderTim Yoder
Chairman
Goshen
Board member since 1998

Bruce StahlyBruce Stahly
Vice-Chair
Goshen
Board member since 2018

Loren EashLoren Eash
Secretary
Goshen
Board member since 2008

Carl StoltzfusCarl Stoltzfus
Treasurer
Goshen
Board member since 2013

Kathy BrewtonKathy Brewton
Goshen
Board member since 1999

Vince BeasleyVince Beasley
Syracuse
Board member since 2017

David EbyDavid Eby
Wakarusa
Board member since 2015


Supervisory Committee

Three members volunteer their time to serve on the supervisory committee, each elected for three-year terms. The committee’s responsibilities include selecting the audit firm to perform periodic internal audits, to conduct an annual audit, and the biennial audit of each member’s account. In addition, they are responsible to supervise the acts of the board of directors, loan committee and officers.

Darin ShortDarin Short
Goshen
Committee member since 2003

Michelle AdamsMichelle Adams
Goshen
Committee member since 2016

Susan CripeSusan Cripe
Goshen
Committee member since 2017

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1Only the primary member on an account may vote. Joint members, while a part of the credit union, are not given voting privileges.

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