Gordon Simmons graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor’s degree in Business and the University of Utah with a Master’s in Business Administration (M.B.A.) in Quantitative Analysis. He spent many years overseas in direct contact with Air Force and Army command headquarters, military community leaders and commanders as well as Department of Defense liaisons in Washington, D.C.
He was a founding member and served on the European Credit Union Coordination Committee [ECUCC] and was a member of the American Society of Military Comptrollers [ASMC] as well as the Association of the United States Army [AUSA].
Gordon has served as Director and Chairman of the Defense Credit Union Council (DCUC); Chairman of the America’s Credit Union Museum Foundation; Board Chairman of the New Hampshire Credit Union League (NHCUL); and Chairman of the Armed Forces Financial Network, LLC. (AFFN). He also served as Chairman of the New Hampshire Credit Union League’s Marketing and Shared Branching committees, Chairman of the league’s Federal Legislative and Audit Committees and has also served on the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU) Region I Advisory Committee.
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Gordon Simmons Service Credit Union ACUM Chair 2001 – 2021 Gets Commemorative Brick Recognizing Achievements
Gordon Simmons recently attended an America’s Credit Union Museum (ACUM) Board Dinner last evening in Manchester NH followed by an event at the Museum that same day. The event was induction into the “Herstory” of six credit union professional women who have made a huge difference & impression on the credit union movement over decades of dedicated contributions. At today’s Herstory induction ceremony, I was recognized by the ACUM Chair as the former Chairman of the Board having spent 10 years from 2001-2012 in that position.
Gordon was advised, prior to today’s event that a paving brick (see photo above) bearing his name as Chairman was laid at the ACUM entrance along with other prestigious credit union dignitaries/supporters names, which is quite an honor. In Gordon’s opinion, this is similar to recognizing the Who’s Who of credit union professionals & ACUM supporters. While at the ACUM ceremony, Gordon viewed his named brick and presented a sizable contribution to the Museum with ACUM Executive Director Stephanie Smith accepting (see Photo above).