The Nominating Committee is pleased to submit the following qualified member as a nominee to serve a five-year term on the Envision Credit Union Board of Directors: Anthony Gaudio

Mr. Anthony Gaudio

 

Anthony Gaudio and his wife have been members of Envision Credit Union since 1985. Mr. Gaudio has a history of community involvement, including serving on the Board of Directors as both a Board Chair and on the Finance Committee for the School of Arts and Sciences Charter School, the Montessori Cooperative Early School, the Tallahassee Housing Foundation, and Sustainable Tallahassee. Mr. Gaudio is also a local entrepreneur, founding and serving as the president of Apalachee Backhoe and Septic Tank, Inc. and Apalachee Excavating, Inc. before his retirement, and now he works as a Business Management Consultant for Harvard & Associates P.A. He has a degree in Business Administration from the University of Tampa, and is currently serving on the Envision Credit Union Supervisory Committee. 

  

Article X

In accordance with Article X, Section 1 of the Credit Union’s bylaws, the Nominating Committee has submitted one name per position and as such there will be no balloting, unless nominees are proposed through the petition process described herein. Otherwise, at the Annual Meeting, the Chair of the Board shall declare the nominee as duly elected.

Other members of the Credit Union who are willing to serve may be nominated by means of a petition, providing the petition is submitted in accordance with the policy approved by the Board of Directors.

The forms and petition procedure may be obtained from the Secretary of the Credit Union upon request. The petition must be submitted on a form approved by the Board of Directors and the petition must have signatures of at least one percent (1%) of the membership or 500 signatures, whichever is the lesser number, that can be certified by the Secretary of the Credit Union as being members of the Credit Union who are eligible to vote in the election.

A certificate and oath, signed by the nominee, must be submitted to the Secretary of the Credit Union with the petition. The certificate and oath will state that the nominee is agreeable to nomination, is statutorily qualified, is in good standing with the Credit Union, and will serve if elected.

The Secretary of the Credit Union must receive the petition and nominee’s certification bearing original signatures by March 12, 2017. Following certification by the Secretary, qualified nominees shall then be submitted by mail ballot to the membership eligible to vote. The outcome of all balloting will be determined by plurality and the results announced at the Annual Meeting, April 27, 2017.