HRCU Announces Appointments to Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee
ROCHESTER, NH – HRCU has announced that Leonard Pinault has been appointed to their Board of Directors, representing the interests of the organization and its membership. Additionally, Dan Connelly and Matt Lahr have been elected to the Credit Union’s Supervisory Committee, which oversees the safeguarding of members’ assets.
Pinault, residing in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, joins the Board after over forty years of leadership roles in the banking industry. He additionally serves on the boards for The NICK and St. Katherine Drexel Parish. He is a graduate of Johnson and Wales University, receiving both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s in Business Management.
Connelly, a life-long Gonic resident, returns to the Supervisory Committee after previously serving on it six years ago. He is also a veteran of the U.S. Navy and went on to work as a tool and die maker for Pratt & Whitney for 35 years. In the community, he served on the Rochester Court Diversion program for 20 years and coached the 1990 Rochester Post 7 American Legion baseball team to a state championship.
Lahr, a resident of Dover, previously served four years in the U.S. Air Force before earning a degree in Marine Engineering from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. After working various engineering positions for 10 years, he was able to become a stay-at-home dad and domestic engineer. He also currently serves on the Dover School Board.
“We are very excited to have Lenny and Matt on-board, and of course, to welcome back Dan,” said HRCU President and CEO Brian Hughes. “All three bring a variety of valuable experiences that will make them great additions to the Board and Supervisory Committee.”
HRCU is a state-chartered and federally insured community credit union that has been serving the New Hampshire community since its inception in 1962. With several locations the seacoast, HRCU prides itself on helping its members achieve their financial goals through convenient, up-to-date services and a compassionate, personalized approach.