Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting
  • Registration for the meeting is now closed.
  • This meeting is in person only at our Headquarters location only.
  • Celebrate 75 years of service and review our 2022 accomplishments 
  • Meet credit union leadership and staff

Recounting our 2022 Accomplishments and Celebrating our Legacy of Service 

Please note that registration for the meeting is now closed. This meeting is in person only and we look forward to seeing our registered attendees on Monday. Our Annual Meeting reflects on the accomplishments of 2022 and celebrates our credit union’s 75 years of service.

Board of Nominations

Every year, the Andrews Federal Credit Union Nominating Committee submits nominees to serve on its Board of Directors. Each Director serves a term of three years and incumbents are eligible for re-election. The Board of Directors meets monthly to initiate programs, policies, products and services, and to ensure that your assets are being protected.

During the annual meeting, attendees can meet the credit union volunteers selected for re-election by our Nominating Committee: Robert Bowie, Derald Emory, and L. Dail Turner. 

Robert Bowie

Brig Gen Robert D. Bowie is the Special Assistant to the Director Air National Guard for the Assistant Secretary of Air Force Installations, Environment, and Energy (SAF/IE), Headquarters Air Force at the  Pentagon. He advises a senior executive service four star equivalent and four Deputy Assistant Secretaries. Brig Gen Bowie has served over 34 years to include being stationed at Joint  Base Andrews for 17 years in various positions within the 113th Wing, District of Columbia Air National Guard. In his last assignment in the Wing, he served as the Vice Wing Commander.  

Derald Emory

Mr. Derald Emory is a retired U.S. Army Colonel and a retired Principal from the consulting firm, Booz Allen Hamilton. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Andrews Federal Credit Union where he is Chairman of the ALCO Committee  and a member of the Human Capital committee. Prior to Booz Allen Hamilton, he was an Executive Vice President for Savantage Solutions, an IT and Accounting Consulting firm. He also served as a Director in the Financial Management Practice of Grant Thornton’s Global Public Sector. Prior to Grant Thornton, he was an Associate Partner with IBM’s Business Consulting Services. He served as the Military Advisor to the Director of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service and to the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).  

L. Dail Turner

Director, Dail Turner started volunteering at Andrews Federal Credit Union in 1995. During the past 27 years he served as Chairman, Vice Chairman, and Chair of the ALCO, Budget, and Policy and By-Laws  Committees. He holds degrees from the United States Air Force Academy (B.S., Political Science/International Affairs), George Washington University (M.S.A., Business Financial Management), and Georgetown University (M.A., Strategic Studies).  He is a graduate of the nation’s senior military school, the National War College at Ft McNair in Washington, D.C.

He retired from the United States Air Force as a colonel. During his 21-year career, his assignments included pilot, F-15/F-16 program liaison to the Israeli Air Force, aide-de-camp to the Air Force Chief of Staff, head of Air Force Long-Range Planning, and Chief of the Joint Staff’s Strategy Division under Chairman Colin Powell during the First Gulf War. 

After leaving the Air Force, he was an investment manager for a large Wall Street firm for 20 years. 
Colonel Turner currently chairs the Wilson County, North Carolina, Agribusiness Committee and is Vice-Chair of the Barton College/Wilson Symphony. He is a long-time director of Imagination Station, a science and history museum and is on the Advisory Boards of Barton College, Wilson Forward, and the Wilson County Extension Service. He is the owner/operator of Muddy Hope Farms, a crop and timber operation.  


In honor of 75 years of service, Andrews Federal increased its scholarship and summer camp award program to include two $7,500 college scholarships and a $750 summer camp award. These students will be honored during the annual meeting event. The credit union is also recognizing ten students with $2,000 college scholarships and ten students with $500 awards to fund their summer camp programs. 

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