The Hall of Fame was initiated in 1998 to honor those in the credit union movement who reflect a history of service to Texas credit unions. Nominees are selected for their records of achievement within their own credit union and for achievements that have benefited many credit unions.
"The Hall of Fame is our way of showing thanks to those who worked throughout their life to strengthen the credit union movement in our state," said Dick Ensweiler, TCUL's President and CEO.
These persons are inducted into the Hall of Fame because they have been key players in organizing and running credit unions. Beyond that, they contributed to other credit unions through service to the chapters, the Texas Credit Union League (TCUL) and in some cases, the Credit Union National Association.