2020 Blue Chip FCU Annual Meeting

Join us October 3, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. for our VIRTUAL Annual Meeting!

It’s 2020 and we are going virtual! Join us on October 3rd at 9:00 a.m. for our Blue Chip FCU Annual Meeting. This will be a conference call and all you need is a telephone to participate. If you plan to join us, be sure to fill out our RSVP form and we will contact you with the call-in information. You can also register by stopping by one of our branch offices or calling 1-800-782-2328. View our Annual Report: BlueChipAnnualReport2020press

Blue Chip FCU Virtual Annual Meeting

When: October 3, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.

Where: Conference Call

What you need: A telephone and the call-in information

Annual Report: View our 2020 Annual Report – BlueChipAnnualReport2020press

RSVP: Fill out our RSVP form below and we will contact you with the call-in information. OR stop by one of our branches or call 1-800-782-2328 to sign up today!

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We will be holding our Board of Directors Election via Ballot Box on September 18, 2020 at our branch locations. Visit one of our locations and cast your vote for our Board of Directors. Votes will be tabulated and results will be announced at our BCFCU Annual Meeting on October 3, 2020.


Click on the links below to learn about our 5 candidates for the BCFCU Board of Directors. This year’s election will see 3 of the 5 candidates joining our Board of Directors.

I joined the Blue Chip Federal Credit Union several years ago through a family member who worked at Norfolk Southern Railroad. Through my years of credit union membership, I have had the opportunity to work with the staff at a personal level to obtain several types of loans and additional services. Each interaction with BCFCU team has been positive and professional.

A little bit about myself, I have been with Department of Veteran Affairs for 13+ years. Serving in different job capacities ranging from Procurement/Federal Contracts to Revenue Operations. I recently have transitioned to working on a national level reforming Revenue IT Cycles with the Department of Veteran Affairs. During my career as a civil servant I received my certification for Lean Six Sigma and obtained my bachelor’s in Health Administration from Columbia Southern University.

I have always admired the Credit Union’s sound financial management, and I look forward to our Credit Union’s further success. I would welcome the opportunity to give back to the Blue Chip Federal Credit Union membership by serving as a member of the board.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

I have been a Blue Chip FCU member my entire life. My parents taught me the importance of a Credit Union at a very young age. I have seen BCFCU continue to grow and offer more products and services to its membership over the years. I would like to a part of the continued growth and hope my background in Information Technology can help steer BCFCU in the right direction.

A native of Harrisburg PA, Mary McGrath has a Bachelor’s Degree in Food Marketing from St. Joseph University, and over 15 years of sales and marketing experience. She currently serves as a Regional Business Manager for Massimo Zanetti Coffee Company.

Mary lives in Camp Hill with her husband, Dan, and their newborn son, Patrick. She is a member of Daybreak Church, where she serves on the Community Impact Ministry. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, going to concerts and watching Philadelphia sports teams.

Mary is excited to be serving on the Board at the Blue Chip Federal Credit Union, where she has been a member since she was 16. She strongly believes in the mission and vision of the credit union.

Mr. Wappman has been a member of Blue Chip Federal Credit Union since 1995. While reading the quarterly newsletter in 1997 he saw an article that the Credit Union was looking for volunteers to serve on the Boar of Directors. He submitted his name and to his surprise he was asked to join the Board. Since then, he has served on the Board and the Supervisory Committee with the exception of the period from 2010 – 2016. He lives in Hummelstown with his wife and two teenage children. He works as a computer consultant.