Cast Your Vote
Thank you for being a member-owner of Day Air Credit Union! Your participation in this year’s Board election is, as always, important!
Read the biographies of the Board of Directors Candidates below and then return to Online Banking from a desktop or tablet (will not work on mobile phones) to cast your proxy between 9:00 a.m. February 18th and 11:59 p.m. March 20th, 2020.
Learn More About the Candidates
In random order the following individuals are candidates for the three (3) available seats on the Board of Directors:
Timothy J. Brown has been involved with Day Air Credit Union continuously since 1982 having served on the Supervisory Committee, Finance Committee, Lending Advisory Committee, and most recently as Chairman of the Board. Tim has served on the Board of Directors since 1992 and wants to continue to serve the members of the Credit Union by working to ensure that Day Air continues to offer financial products and services to meet all of our members’ needs while ensuring that Day Air remains financially strong and sound.
In addition to Tim’s volunteer experience with Day Air listed above, he retired with over 37 years of experience in Accounting, Budget, and Financial Management with the Defense Electronics Supply Center, and WPAFB. Tim has a B.S. in Accounting and an MBA from the University of Dayton.
Glenn A. Costie’s business and education background includes obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech in 1984 and completion of 34 years of federal service in the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). His career began as a staff engineer working in the area of project management in the construction program. While serving in ever increasing roles of responsibilities at Martinsburg, WV: Chicago,IL; West Haven, CT; Cleveland, OH; Baltimore, MD; Poplar Bluff, MO; and Dayton, OH; he ended his career in the role of CEO for over eight years. While in Cleveland, he managed the largest construction program in the DVA, valued at over $750 million. In Dayton, he led the turnaround of the organization through a cultural transformation. His efforts have resulted in increased Veteran/employee satisfaction and improved quality and safety clinical outcomes as evidenced by the current performance in the top 10% quartile of the 163 competing VA medical centers in the country. His leadership skills have been acknowledged by several professional and civic awards, including VA Mentor of the Year, Leader of the Year Dayton Chamber of Commerce, and Regent of the Year by the American College of Healthcare Executives. He currently serves on several boards including Greater Dayton Habitat for Humanity (Treasurer); Lincoln Society of Dayton (member); Leadership Dayton Board (member); and Day Air Credit Union Board (associate member). Glenn continued his service to Veterans by serving as the Chief of Veteran Services for Ohio’s Hospice here in Dayton. He retired from Ohio’s Hospice in 2019.
I wish to serve as a Board Director for Day Air Credit Union as part of my mission to serve others. I have been an associate member of the Board, through my employment as CEO of the Dayton VA Medical Center. With my retirement on October 28, 2017, I have time to increase my involvement and become a full member of the Board. In addition to attending Board of Director monthly meetings, I look forward to serving on any committee assigned and in the future, lead a committee. I wish to support the continued financial success of the Day Air Credit Union by offering my leadership skills. I have demonstrated abilities in increasing the number of members and market share through my work for the Department of Veterans Affairs where I increased the number of Veterans served from 35,000 to 40,000 in an environment of decreasing Veteran population.
Mandy Bingaman is a graduate of the University of Dayton with a Masters of Public Administration. Having served as the Executive Director of the Education Law Association (international nonprofit member association) for 13 years, Mandy moved on to the position of Coordinator of Operations and Advising for the graduate programs in Counselor Education and Human Services at the University of Dayton. Currently, Mandy serves as Program Manager for the MBA program at the University of Dayton. Mandy has served on other local boards, is a member of the American Society of Association Executives, serves as a volunteer for Levitt Pavillion and participates in various other volunteer activities.
Day Air Credit Union is a unique organization in that it embraces its member-driven mission. From the very first day I walked into a Day Air branch, I felt welcomed, valued, and appreciated. I sincerely wish to remain serving as a board volunteer for Day Air Credit Union, actively participating in the stimulating dialog engaged in by our board. I believe my unique background and experiences will serve to enhance the board in the coming years.