As a banking cooperative, TruStone Financial is owned by you, the members. An elected board of directors guides your credit union with a board-appointed supervisory committee and associate directors. All are volunteer positions.
TruStone invites members interested in volunteering to apply for volunteer positions on the board of directors, supervisory committee or associate directors. These positions are unpaid. Those interested may contact TruStone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board of Directors
The board of directors is responsible for setting policies and the direction of the credit union. Meetings are held monthly and there are occasional strategic planning and/or special sessions. Election results are announced at the TruStone annual meeting.
The supervisory committee is responsible to ensure that the credit union manages its assets in a safe, sound, and fiscally-responsible manner. This committee also ensures that certain regulations, policies and procedures governing the credit union are followed. The supervisory committee members are appointed by the board of directors.
This is a unique program for volunteers to participate in board meetings and functions. This position is a non-voting position on the board.
Each of these positions requires that you are at least 18 years of age, a member of the credit union, and are bondable. The TruStone board of directors is interested in volunteers who can augment the expertise of the board, supervisory and associate director programs.
TruStone’s Leadership Team
Board of Directors
Stephen Bohlig, Chair
Doug Nesbit, Vice Chair
Fred Sulzbach, Treasurer
Roger Cersine, Secretary
TruStone Financial Management
Timothy Bosiacki, CEO
Hans Iverson, COO
Daniel Zaczkowski, CFO
Steve Steen, CBO
Nathan Grunzke, Senior Vice President, Director of Mortgage Operations
Robert Thompson, Senior Vice President, Information Technology
Phil Young, Senior Vice President, General Counsel