OKLAHOMA CITY (9/13/12)--Tinker FCU (TFCU) President/CEO Michael D. Kloiber was inducted into the Defense Credit Union Council's (DCUC) Hall of Honor on Aug. 21 in Denver.
For his "passionate advocacy on behalf of the credit union movement and his steadfast support of the defense community," Tinker FCU President/CEO Michael D. Kloiber was inducted into the Defense Credit Union Council's Hall of Honor in Denver. (Photo provided by Tinker FCU)
The council's Recognition Task Force selected Kloiber for his "passionate advocacy on behalf of the credit union movement and his steadfast support of the defense community."
The Hall of Honor award highlights outstanding accomplishments of leaders, volunteers, management and staff, whose efforts and support of the credit union movement and DCUC epitomize the council's values and philosophy of "Serving Those Who Serve Our Country."
Kloiber has been TFCU president/CEO since 1996. His service on several organizations' committees and boards demonstrates his leadership in the credit union community, the committee said.
He is vice chair of the DCUC Midwest Sub-Council, a position he has held for six years. Kloiber is often praised for his ongoing support and assistance to smaller credit unions, even though he leads Oklahoma's largest credit union.
Under Kloiber's leadership, Tinker FCU is a strong supporter of Tinker Air Force Base in Midwest City, Okla., and Vance Air Force Base in Enid, Okla. He and his staff at those bases work closely with base personnel to help meet the special needs of military personnel.
The DCUC's Hall of Honor was established in 2000 to recognize individuals whose contributions have made a "significant and noteworthy difference" in the defense credit union community.
Tinker FCU has more than $2.8 billion in assets and in excess of 250,000 members.