Atlanta Postal Credit Union recently announced a new leader of its board of directors.
Donald A. DeCinque has been elected as the chairman following Moses M. Spence’s resignation from the position in January. Spence had held the post for 17 years and will continue to serve on APCU’s board of directors.
“Spence began his distinguished career with APCU in September 1966,” according to an APCU press release. “He worked his way up from sorting mail to teller, loan officer, assistant treasurer, treasurer, general manager and president / CEO from 1966 until December 2000. APCU’s members, board, management and employees are grateful to Spence for his years of guidance and support as board chairman.”
DeCinque is also a long-time employee who worked his way up to president and CEO of the credit union. He began working at APCU in 1981 and worked as a teller and controller before retiring as president an dCEO in August 2017.
“DeCinque started serving as a member of the Board of Directors in 1998,” according to the release. “APCU looks forward to his continued leadership as board chairman in the coming years.”