Mark your calendars for June 8, 2019

One of the unique benefits of Membership at a credit union is that you're not just a customer — you're a Member-Owner! To that end, GOLD Credit Union's Annual Meeting is an excellent opportunity to make your voice heard in shaping our plans for growth in the coming year.

The Annual Meeting of GOLD Credit Union will be held in conjunction with Member Appreciation Day on Saturday, June 8, 2019, 11:30 AM ET, at Shepherd Hills Golf Club, 1160 S. Krocks Road, Wescosville, PA 18106.  The RSVP deadline of May 24, 2019 has now passed.  We hope to see you at next year's meeting.

The Nominating Committee has selected three (3) candidates for the Board positions and three (3) candidates for the Supervisory Committee positions.

What happens at our Annual Meeting?

If you've never been to one of our Annual Meetings, you may be wondering what exactly goes on. Here's what you can expect:

  • State of GOLD Credit Union:  You'll hear from your CEO about our successes and challenges in 2018 and our goals and initiatives for 2019.


  • Elections:  Any Member interested in running for a Board or Supervisory Committee position should contact Dan Moffitt, Board Secretary, at 610-838-9276. Mr. Moffitt will provide the information and requirements necessary to submit a nomination petition. The nomination petition must be signed by at least 1% of the Members in good standing, a minimum of 86 and a maximum of 500 signatures. Completed petitions must be submitted by noon on Wednesday, April 24, 2019. Because there is already at least one nominee for each position, there will be no nominations from the floor during the Annual Meeting.  A vote will be held only if there are more than three (3) Board candidates or three (3) Supervisory Committee candidates. Should a vote be held, every GOLD Credit Union Member who is 18 or older and physically present at the meeting is entitled to vote.
  • Member Q&A:  We welcome our Members to share their comments, concerns, and suggestions for how GOLD Credit Union can best serve our Credit Union community.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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GOLD volunteers shine bright

We're fortunate to have a dedicated team of volunteers, all of whom lend their time and talents to supporting GOLD Credit Union's mission to help our Members thrive financially.

Board of Directors elections

In 2019, there will be 3 Board positions and 3 Supervisory Committee positions available. The nominating committee has selected the following candidates for your consideration:

Board Candidates

Linda McDonald

Linda F. McDonald is currently the Board Chair on the GOLD Board of Directors. Linda is a Financial Coach and Adjunct Faculty member at Northampton Community College. Linda retired in 2017 from PPL Corporation as IT Service Manager providing strategic planning for enterprise systems supporting Financial, Treasury, Supply Chain, Human Resources and Legal processes.

Linda has an MBA in Finance and a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting. She is also a Certified Treasurer Professional (CTP) and GOLD Strategy Committee Chair. Linda is an active volunteer for United Way of Monroe County, serving on the Finance Committee and agency funding panels.


Dan Moffitt

Dan is the Secretary of the Board of Directors and serves on the ALCO Committee. He has been the Secretary of the Board since 2001 and has been a Director of the Board since 1990. He previously served on the P. P. & L. Lehigh Division Credit Union, before it merged with P. P. & L. General Office Credit Union to form PP&L G.O.L.D. Credit Union, from 1987 to 1989. He recently retired from PPL as a Supervisor in Logistics.


Carynna Quarry

Carynna Quarry is currently the Board Vice Chair on the GOLD Board of Directors. She has previously served the Board as an HR Advisor, and has served as a member of the Marketing Committee since 2011. She has worked for Computer Aid, Inc. for the past 20 years, in various capacities within the IT Company, but primarily focused on benefits and benefits applications. Her current role is that of Corporate Manager of Benefits and Payroll, a position she has held for over a decade. She is a graduate of SUNY Broome where she majored in Independent Studies, with an emphasis on Psychology and Education.

Supervisory Committee Candidates

Marci Haydt

Marci Haydt received a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Moravian College. Her degree is in Accounting. Marci was hired at PPL in 1999 and worked in Corporate Accounting, Cash Operations and Financial Planning.


Joseph Otto

Joe has been the Accounting Manager at Computer Aid Incorporated since August of 2016 and joined the Supervisory Committee in March of 2018 to finish out a one year term. Prior to Computer Aid Inc., Joe spent two years as an Accounting Manager for Comcast and six years in Public Accounting for Baker Tilly, LLP (formally ParenteBeard, LLC) and Hilger Flick & Company where he focused on Audit and Tax. Joe received his Bachelor’s in Accounting from Temple University and has been a Licensed CPA in Pennsylvania since 2012.


Jason Slabikosky

Jason has served on the Supervisory Committee since 2015. Jason was hired by PPL in 2011 and has worked in Corporate Audit Services and the Treasury departments. Jason is on the Board of Governors for the Lehigh Valley Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors and previously served as chapter Vice President and President.

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