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Community Powered 59th Annual Meeting

Community Powered Federal Credit Union’s 59th Annual Meeting will be held on Friday, March 5, 2021.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, we will be having this year’s meeting in a virtual format. The date will remain the same –Friday, March 5, 2021.

Please check our website and social media channels for updates.

 Annual Meeting

All members are encouraged to attend. Three Directors will be elected to the Board of Directors in accordance with Community Powered Federal Credit Union bylaws. The established nominating committee has nominated the following candidates: Adam Hamby, Gerald Logan and Kevin Neale.

Members are advised that Community Powered Federal Credit Union bylaws specify the following:

Any member in good standing, not less than 18 years of age, is eligible for election to the board. Written petitions will be accepted by the nominating committee and must include a brief statement of qualifications, biographical information, and be signed by 1% of Community Powered Federal Credit Union members. Petition packets can be located at www.cpwrfcu.org/board.php. A completed nomination packet must be sent to the nominating committee at Community Powered Federal Credit Union, 1758 Pulaski Highway, Bear DE 19701 and postmarked by January 23, 2021.

Nominations will not be accepted from the floor and should the number of candidates equal the number of open positions, the chair may take a voice vote or declare each nominee elected by general consent.


Adam Hamby is a lifelong entrepreneur with a background in Real Estate and more recent involvement in Mergers & Acquisitions. Adam earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from the University of Delaware. Adam’s 20+ years of real estate experience includes serving as managing partner of a real estate investment firm focusing on land acquisition and past owner of a real estate investment company which focused on East Coast resort assets. Adam was a partner at a small commercial real estate firm which focused on sales, leasing, valuation and consulting services. Adam currently is a commercial property manager at NAI-Emory Hill. He holds licenses in Delaware and Pennsylvania and is a member of the Commercial-Industrial Realty Council (CIRC). Additionally, Adam is an associate of RLS Associates. RLS specializes in middle-market mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and recapitalization services for companies or business units with revenues of $1 million to $100 million. Adam has served on the Board of Directors at Community Powered Federal Credit Union for the past 9 years and currently serves as the 1st Vice President and Treasurer. Adam has lived in Delaware most of his life. He along with his wife, Jessyca have two daughters.


Gerald F. Logan retired in 2009 as a Financial Analyst from MBNA/ Bank of America. Gerald worked in the Financial Services Industry for over 37 years, including the New York Stock Exchange. In addition to his many talents, Gerald acquired a certification as a Paralegal and attended Law School for a short period after he retired but made a decision to go in a different direction. He is one of the Founders and Director of the Roadside Guardian Company, Inc., a manufacturer of Automotive Safety Products.

Gerald is certified in the Project Management discipline. Also, he has been an active member in his community, serving on numerous community boards for multiple years. He has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Grand Opera House and the Mental Health Society of Delaware. He has been active with Community Powered Federal Credit Union by serving on several committees including the “Bylaws Review Committee” and the “Employee Satisfaction Committee.”


Kevin Neale is currently employed with ADP as a Human Resource Outsourcing Solutions Sales Executive where he specializes in helping small to mid-size businesses streamline processes and lower administrative costs. He lives in Wilmington, DE with his wife and two daughters. Kevin previously worked for Enterprise Rent-A-Car in a variety of management positions from 2005 until 2015. Mr. Neale is a graduate of Shippensburg University.

Keep Your Account Active

Don't let your account go dormant!Big changes are happening all around. At Community Powered, we understand accounts go unused for a variety of reasons. Maybe you moved, simply forgot you had an account, or a family member opened an account for you. The Credit Union charges $5.00 per month fee on dormant accounts. A dormant account is an account with less than $200 and 12 months of no activity. Life can get busy, but it is easy to avoid having your account classified as dormant. Simply make a deposit or withdraw or maintain a balance of $200 or more in your account to avoid this fee.

If you have any questions about your account, the Credit Union, or the many services and products we offer, please give us a call at (302) 368-2396.

Supervisory Committee

Our Supervisory Committee is a key part of the Credit Union. Do you want to become involved in making sure your Credit Union has established practices and procedures to properly safeguard members’ assets? If you are interested in joining the committee or learning more, please contact the Credit Union at (302) 368-2396.

Sign up for our Supervisory Committee

Stay Protected

Please make sure all of your contact information is up to date in our system. One of the ways we authenticate suspicious account activity is by phone number. Log into OnlineBanking, call (302) 368-2396, or stop by any of our branches to safeguard your accounts. Contact us before traveling, to ensure uninterrupted service.


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