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PENOBSCOT COUNTY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION DONATES MORE THAN $19000 TO LOCAL FOOD PROGRAMS

BANGOR — Penobscot County Federal Credit Union donated $8,392.83 to Good Shepherd Food Bank this morning; the donation came as the final installment of donations from funds raised in 2016. Along with Good Shepherd, PCFCU also donated money to Old Town Holy Family Parish Food Pantry, Seeds of Hope (Bangor) and the Lincoln Regional Food Cupboard, totaling $19,212.83 in donations. The donations represent 100% of all funds raised by PCFCU and it’s members in 2016, including an additional $1,375 for placing among the top 25 Maine credit unions in total contributions (12th Place) and highest per member contributions (8th Place).

Each year, Penobscot County Federal Credit Union participates in raising funds for Ending Hunger in Maine, a statewide credit union initiative. The 2016 Maine Credit Unions’ Campaign for Ending Hunger raised a record setting $674,193.48. Since it’s inception in 1990, the program has raised more than $7.2 million to help end hunger in Maine.

Hanscom FCU announces passing of board member Alan Hart

HANSCOM AFB, MA (June 26, 2017) — It is with great sadness that Hanscom FCU announces Alan M. Hart, Hanscom FCU director, has passed away at the age of 77. A lifelong resident of Lowell, MA, Mr. Hart leaves his wife Jacqueline, five children, and 18 grandchildren.

Mr. Hart served as a board member for 28 years, the last five as treasurer. “Al was 100% committed to Hanscom FCU and the credit union philosophy,” reflected Paul Marotta, Hanscom FCU’s Chairman of the Board and fellow volunteer. “He embraced the philosophy of people helping people.”

Mr. Hart worked for the Small Business Administration at Hanscom Air Force Base, often interfacing with small businesses contracting with the federal government. “He was astute, perceptive, and conscientious,” said Marotta. “He had a deep caring for the common, ordinary person. That’s how he lived his life, both professionally and as a volunteer.

“No matter what committee he was asked to chair, what conference or training we asked him to attend, or what project we asked him to work on, he could be counted on. He never once hesitated. And he asked the tough questions when it was called for. Al was the ultimate director,” Marotta said.