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TCU's 12th Annual Member Meeting

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Save the date!

Thrivent Credit Union's 12th Annual Member Meeting and Board of Director's Election will take place on Wednesday, August 28, at 9:00 a.m. Whether you prefer to join us in person or virtually via Zoom, we welcome your participation in this important event.
What happens at an annual meeting?
At an annual meeting of a credit union, members have the opportunity to come together to discuss the current state of the credit union and its future direction. The meeting typically includes updates from the board of directors and management team on the financial performance of the credit union, any new initiatives or projects being undertaken, and any important changes or developments that may have occurred over the past year.

Members also have the chance to ask questions, provide feedback, and voice their opinions on the credit union's operations. Additionally, at the annual meeting, members participate in the election of new board members, who play a crucial role in guiding the credit union and making important decisions on behalf of its members. There are three open positions up for re-election.

Overall, the annual meeting is a key event for members to stay informed, engaged, and involved in the governance and direction of their credit union.

Register to attend

To secure your spot, provide the required details and click 'Register'. As the event approaches, we will send an email with additional information, including the Zoom details for the virtual meeting.

During the meeting, there will be a Q&A session, and you can submit your questions in real-time using the chat function. Alternatively, feel free to send your question(s) in advance by emailing us at

Nominating Committee selects three candidates

Thrivent Credit Union’s Nominating Committee has nominated the following candidates for three open positions on the board of directors. All seats have regular three-year terms. Beth Lewis, Patricia Tilton, and Jamie Riesterer have been nominated to continue their service. Review their business and life skills and how their leadership can contribute to the oversight of the credit union and to our mission.
Beth A. Lewis
Principal, Getting2Transformation President & CEO Emeritus, 1517 Media
Beth is the Principal for Getting2Transformation, through which she serves as an independent director for several boards, as keynote speaker and workshop leader, and she provides consulting for both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations on financial and cultural transformation, strategy, and governance. 

She also serves as Executive Director of PCPA, a global association of not-for-profit Christian publishing companies. 

Beth is President & CEO Emeritus of 1517 Media (Augsburg Fortress), the ministry of publishing of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), having served as CEO 2002-2018. 

Prior to working for 1517 Media, Beth was an entrepreneur/owner of Computer Coach, Inc. in Boca Raton, Florida. Before that she worked in a wide variety of roles including CMO and general management for Time Warner, McGraw-Hill, and Times Mirror. Beth is married to the Rev. Dr. Richard (Rick) Rouse. They are members of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Everett, WA. Beth and Rick have three adult children and four grandchildren.
Jamie Riesterer
Senior Vice President, Corporate Controller & Head of FP&A, Thrivent
Jamie Riesterer is senior vice president, corporate controller, and head of FP&A, for Thrivent where he oversees financial reporting, internal controls, accounting policy, treasury and financial planning and analysis for the Fortune 500 organization. 

As the chief accounting officer of Thrivent, Jamie is responsible for all accounting related activities across the organization. This includes production of financial and regulatory reports, maintenance of accounting records, ensuring that reported results comply with accounting standards and establishing, monitoring, and enforcing all internal controls over financial reporting. As head of FP&A, Jamie is responsible for supporting the organization through valuable analysis and insight, helping to guide the organization’s strategic financial decisions as Thrivent continues to transform into a diversified financial services organization offering advice, insurance, investments, banking, and generosity so we can fulfill our promise to help clients achieve financial clarity and empower lives of service and faith. 

Jamie has over 25 years of financial services experience, including roles in finance, operations, and shared services. He has extensive M&A experience, working on several large transactions. Prior to joining Thrivent in January 2021, Jamie was controller and vice president of financial planning and analysis for the Individual Life Segment and Close Block Division at Prudential Financial. Before that, Jamie served in senior leadership roles at JPMorgan Chase and Hartford Financial. Jamie started his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the audit practice, where he served clients in the insurance and mutual fund industries. 

Jamie has a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He currently holds the Series 6 and 26 licenses.

He and his wife, Jennifer, live in Blaine, Minnesota, and have three children.
Patricia M. Tilton
Independent Financial Consultant
Pat Tilton currently works as an independent consultant. Ms. Tilton is a Certified Public Accountant with strong professional experience in the financial industry, particularly in the insurance, mutual fund, and asset management industries. In addition to her financial expertise, she also has a strong background in operational, risk, regulatory, and governance matters. Ms. Tilton is a retired KPMG LLP Partner with over 30

years of experience in public accounting, including auditing, consulting, and forensics. Ms. Tilton retired in 2009 as a Forensics Partner and served as a Retired Partner Consultant from 2009 until 2011. 

Ms. Tilton currently works as an Accreditation Team Member of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and as a mentor to the Global Insurance Accelerator in Des Moines, Iowa. In addition to Thrivent Credit Union, Ms. Tilton serves on the Boards of Directors of Till Capital Ltd, a property/casualty insurance holding company, Silver Predator Corp., a junior mining exploration company, and SD Refinery, a private technology and services company. Previously Ms. Tilton was a director and treasurer of Coffee House Press, Inc. a non-profit publishing company and James Sewell Ballet, and past chair of the Corporate Arts Team Committee of the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, and part of an advisory board for ACT on Alzheimer's. She holds a B.S. in Accounting from Siena College. 

Ms. Tilton brings to the board of directors in-depth knowledge of the financial services industries, extensive knowledge of financial statement presentation and financial reporting and analysis, governance, risk, strategy, and operational matters.

Ms. Tilton resides in Plymouth, MN.

Nominations by petition

The credit union bylaws allow nominations for board positions on the 2024 election ballot to be made by petition from any eligible member. If you are a member aged 18 or older with a minimum of $1 par value share in your TFCU Membership Savings account and wish to be placed on the ballot by petition, you must do the following:

1. Deliver a Nomination Petition to the Nominating Committee, signed by 500 Thrivent Credit Union members.

2. Submit a signed Statement of Consent to Serve that you are agreeable to the nomination and will serve if elected.

3. Provide a Nominee Information Form or resume including your qualifications and biographical data.

Nominations by petition must be received no later than July 19, 2024, and should be mailed to the Nominating Committee at:

Thrivent Credit Union Nominating Committee
c/o Ron Orrick
600 Portland Ave S. Suite 1200
Minneapolis, MN 55415

You can also send an email to to request the forms be mailed to you.
Election bylaws
All elections are determined by plurality vote and mail ballot. When only one member is nominated for each position to be filled, an election will not be conducted by ballot and there will be no nominations from the floor.