Red Deer man to serve on Servus credit union board of directors

A Red Deer man has been elected to Servus Credit Union’s board of directors

A Red Deer man has been elected to Servus Credit Union’s board of directors.

Darcy Mykytyshyn was one of four people named to the board following a recent member vote, the results of which were announced at Servus’s annual general meeting on Thursday. Re-elected were William (Bill) Anhorn of Medicine Hat, Peter Elzinga of Edmonton and Doug Hastings of Lloydminster. The four, who were among 14 candidates seeking a position on the board, all received three-year terms. The other directors are Amy Corrigan of Red Deer, Penny Reeves of St. Albert, Alison Starke of Lloydminster; Helen Cheung, Sam Cooper and Jonathon Holt of Edmonton; and Perry Dooley and Simon Neigum of Medicine Hat.

The board re-elected Elzinga as chair and Hastings as vice-chair.

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