On May 6, 2003, the Vermont State House of Representatives and the State Senate passed Concurrent House Resolution H.C.R. 112, honoring Vermont Federal Credit Union for its contribution to the communities in which it operates, on the occasion of its 50th Anniversary.The resolution recognizes Vermont Federal Credit Union as an integral member of the financial services community; for providing needed financial services to over 20,000 Vermont consumers in six counties; for actively supporting the communities in which it does business through involvement in the March of Dimes, United Way, Vermont Special Olympics, and the American Cancer Society, the Credit Union contributed over $100,000 to community involvement projects over a three-year period; and for celebrating its 50th anniversary of improving the financial well-being of many Vermonters.Vermont Federal Credit Union’s President/CEO Joseph M. Finnigan, Vice President of Finance, Kelly McDonough, Vice President of Lending, Phillip Shepard, Jr, and Robert G. Cowie, Jr, Vice President of Member Service and Marketing, along with Curran “Spike” Robinson, Chairman of the Board of Directors, were honored at the state house on the day the resolution passed.
Carroll ToddCarroll Dale Todd, 87, died Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City surrounded by his family.Â He was born in Woods County on August 4, 1929 to Clara Belle Haltom Todd and Robert Floyd Todd.Â He was raised on a farm near Carmen.Â He attended the Lone Star grade school, Waynoka High School and graduated from Dacoma High School.Â On his 18thÂ birthday he went to work the Santa Fe Railroad.Â On February 9, 1951 he married Waneta Jo Ferguson at the Free Methodist Church parsonage in Carmen.Â To this union four children were born: Robert Lynn Todd, Luther Wayne Todd, Larry Don Todd and Sandra Kay Todd.Â Carroll worked on the Plains Division out of Amarillo until he was promoted to Road Foreman of Engines of the Southern Division at Houston.Â He worked in that area until he was transferred to Wellington as a road eoreman.Â He retired in Wellington after 37 years.Â He also served in the 81stÂ Reconnaissance Division U.S. Army at Fort Hood.Â Carroll and Waneta moved to a retirement center at Edmond in 2015.Â He served on the Board of Panhandle Credit Union, volunteered for meals on wheels in Wellington, was a member of Whirl A Way Square Dance Club, Wellington Art Association, Wichita Great Plains Wood Carvers Association and the American Legion.Â His hobbies included carpentry work, wood carving, fishing and spending time with his family and friends.Â His children, grandchildren and great grandchildren were so very special to him.Â He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather.Â Â He was preceded in death by his parents, Clara Belle Haltom Todd and Robert Floyd Todd; brother Dwight Todd and wife, Mae; brother in law, Jim Ferguson and wife, Karen.Â Survivors include wife of 65 years, Waneta Jo Ferguson Todd of Edmond, Oklahoma; children, Robert Todd of Neskowin, Oregon; Wayne Todd of Amarillo, Texas; Larry Todd and wife, Chris of Arkansas City, Kansas; Sandra Brinkmeyer and husband, Karl of Edmond, Oklahoma; grandchildren, Bridgett Nesbitt of Nashville, Tennessee; David Todd of Paso Robles, California; Charlie Todd of Kimberling City, Missouri; Kathryn Todd of Edmond, Oklahoma; Tamie Booth and husband, Mike of Overland Park, Kansas; Tanya Lord and husband, Jeff of Wichita, Kansas; Terie Mora and husband, Doug of Arizona; great grandchildren, Aaron, Quincy, Lyndsey, Casey, Danielle, Ava and Haley; brother-in-law, AJ Ferguson and wife, Jeanne of Waynoka, Oklahoma and a host of nieces and nephews.Â Carroll was cremated at his request.Â The family will be holding a graveside service at a later date.Â Arrangements are by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Helena.Â You may send cards to his wife, Waneta, at 2801 Shortgrass Road, Edmond, OK 73003.Â Memorials may be made to Mercy Hospice or Wellington Food Bank through the funeral home.Â Â Carrollâ€™s wife and family would like to thank the staff at Touchmark for all of their love and support.Â They also want to thank Mercy Hospital and Hospice staff for the care, love and support they gave to Carroll and his family while he was there and for making him comfortable as he passed away in peace.
The trek to see Santa in his lovely cottage in Glenveagh National Park in aid of St Vincent De Paul proved a huge success yesterday.Santa looks like he is taking a little rest before his big journey!Organised by businessman and mountaineer Jason Black, the walk along the bridal path raised more than €600 for the deserving charity.With just over two weeks left to the big day, Santa was in great form but looked a little tired as he prepared for his big journey! And there was something all very familiar about the man himself.Jason thanked all those who came to support the cause in what proved wonderful family day out.A stunning setting and a great cause.That wonderful Christmas feeling is beginning to spread across our wonderful county. Santa’s cottage was a busy place! JASON AND SANTA HELP RAISE €600 FOR SVP was last modified: December 9th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GlenveaghJason BlackSANTASVP