RBFCU’s Edward Marvin Receives Hall of Honor Distinction

The Defense Credit Union Council Names Long-serving RBFCU Board Member Edward Marvin to Hall of Honor for 2024

Edward L. MarvinLIVE OAK, Texas (June 24, 2024) — Edward Marvin’s two decades of outstanding service to Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union, and his work to advance credit union initiatives on a national scale, have culminated in the Defense Credit Union Council recently announcing that he will be inducted into the DCUC’s Hall of Honor.

Lt. Col. Marvin (USAF, retired) was selected to the RBFCU board of directors in 2002. Marvin retired from the board in 2022, yet he continues to volunteer in his current title as Director Emeritus RBFCU.

RBFCU experienced phenomenal growth during Marvin’s tenure. In 2002, RBFCU had almost 200,000 members with $1.6 billion in assets and less than $1 billion in loans, with 16 branches in South and Central Texas. Today, RBFCU is ranked as the 11th largest credit union in the nation, with more than 1 million members, $17.3 billion in assets, and $12 billion in loans, and has expanded to 62 branches in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth and Corpus Christi.

Marvin, a Bronze Star Medal recipient for his service in the Vietnam War, has a career of volunteerism highlighted by awards including the: 2024 Volunteer of the Year by the Military Officer’s Association of America — Alamo Chapter (chosen by the JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Volunteer Advisory Council); the Leroy V. Green Jr. Memorial Veterans Community Service Award for Bexar County; and the National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) Grassroots Advocate of the Year Award in 2013.

“We were thrilled to learn about Ed’s induction to the Hall of Honor,” RBFCU CEO and President Mark Sekula said. “The announcement comes as no surprise, however. Ed’s strong sense of character shines through his accomplishments inside and outside of RBFCU. He truly believes in the credit union movement, and his service to our organization reflects that. We could not imagine a more deserving person to receive this honor.”

Marvin will officially be inducted into the DCUC Hall of Honor at their annual conference in August in St. Petersburg, Florida.

About Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union

Established in 1952, Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial cooperative whose mission is to improve members’ economic well-being and quality of life. With assets exceeding $17.3 billion, RBFCU serves more than 1 million members at 62 branch locations throughout Texas, and online at rbfcu.org and the RBFCU Mobile® app.

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