Each year, Century Federal hosts an Annual Meeting to review the prior year's financial statement and to discuss all of the exciting new products and services with the Credit Union. Save the Date for Thursday, March 25, 2021.
Please be advised that Century Federal is now accepting applications for the volunteer Board of Directors. There are three positions available, each for a three-year term. The Board of Directors is responsible for establishing credit union policies, setting strategies, declaring dividend/interest rates and meeting fiduciary responsibilities to ensure the financial health of the credit union.
Please note that the deadline to submit nomination papers to the Nominating Committee has passed. If you still wish to be considered for the Board of Directors election, the deadline to submit a petition to the Nominating Committee is January 20, 2021. Please click here to download, review, and sign the Election Required Certification Statement. Send the required documents listed in the Statement to the address below:
The Nominating Committee
Century Federal Credit Union
4600 Rockside Road, Suite 204
Independence, OH 44131
When is the Century Federal Annual Meeting?
Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 6:00pm
Where is the Century Federal Annual Meeting held?
The 2021 Annual Meeting will be held online via Zoom. More details to come when they are available.
Who can attend the Century Federal Annual Meeting?
All Century Federal Credit Union members are eligible to attend the meeting. This includes spouses and children.
Why is the Century Federal Annual Meeting held and who's eligible?
Annual Meetings are held to share the state of the Credit Union each year, as well as vote on any pertinent changes, or conduct Board elections. Every member age 16 and over, who has $5 in their share account (which is the requirement for membership) is eligible to vote. Every member who is 18 and over is eligible to become a Board Member or hold other volunteer Board positions with Century Federal Credit Union.
Century Federal Credit Union employees and their family members are not eligible to become Board Members or sit on any committee.
The 2021 Nominees for Board of Directors
The members who have been nominated for election in 2021 are listed below.
Kristina Beletic, CPA (Incumbent)
I am a Certified Public Accountant with over 25+ years of accounting, financial and non-profit experience. I obtained my Bachelors of Business Administration from Kent State University in 1995. I first started my career at Cleveland Clinic and am now currently employed at University Hospitals where I manage the billing operations for Occupational Health. I have served on Century Federal’s Board of Directors since first appointed in 2011. I have been Treasurer for the past 6 years and am currently Chairwoman of Century Federal’s Finance Committee. My focus has always been to ensure Century Federal remains a financially solid institution, while continuing to look for innovative ways to attract new members, as well as continuing to promote competitive rates and enhanced services to our members. I personally thank Century Federal’s members for their continued vote and support!
Richard J. French (Incumbent)
I am seeking re-election as a Director to the Century Federal Credit Union Board. I have been a Director for over 25 years and have served as Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Secretary during my time on the Board. I am a graduate of John Carroll University and Cleveland Marshall Law School. I was employed as an Assistant U.S. Attorney from 1974 – 2009 and served as Chief of the Financial Litigation Unit and Deputy Chief of the Civil Division. I am currently a self-employed attorney. My wife Joan and I live in Lakewood, Ohio and have been members of the credit union for almost 40 years. My goal is the same as Century Federal Credit Union: to provide our members with an array of secure, accurate and competitive financial services in the most efficient manner possible at the lowest cost possible. I currently serve as the Chair of the Benefits and Compensation Committee.
Eric J. Moore, Esq.
Credit unions were originally established to help communities fill voids by providing services to their member that traditional banks did not do or would not do. I have been a Seven Hills resident for over twenty years where I reside with my wife and son. I am an attorney in private practice since 1995. I currently serve as the Magistrate for the Seven Hills Mayor’s Court and have held that position for approximately ten years. I have been a Board Member for University Hospital Parma Medical Center for the last ten years. I have served on a number of committees at UHPMC, including nominating committee and Quality and Professional Affairs Committee (QPAC). I have chaired QPAC since 2016. I look forward to bringing my experience and skills to the CFCU Board to help it make decisions that best reflect the communities that CFCU serves.