​News Release: Afena FCU’s Frank Gulley inducted into Indiana Credit Union Hall of Fame

October 3, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS – Frank Gulley, board chairman of Afena Federal Credit Union (FCU), was inducted into the Indiana Credit Union Hall of Fame during the Indiana Credit Union League’s statewide convention. He was honored at the Chairman’s Awards Banquet at the JW Marriott Hotel on September 22.
 
Gulley started as a volunteer at what was then known as Marion Independent FCU. He joined the board in 1985 and has served in a volunteer capacity ever since, holding every position on the board including multiple terms as chairman. The credit union is now known as Afena FCU. His contributions to his credit union have been combined with two other careers over many years – he is retired from General Motors and he has held teaching and instructional positions at a variety of institutions, including Ivy Tech.
He served on the Indiana Credit Union League board from 2007-2016 and he was board chairman from 2012-2013. During his service, Gulley was a champion for credit union volunteers, leading the way for web-based and in-person educational efforts and serving as a popular facilitator at the League’s Volunteers/Officials Leadership Conference. Frank’s service to credit unions extends beyond the state of Indiana. He has served on two committees at Credit Union National Association including the Awards Committee and the Volunteer Leadership Committee, where he is currently a member. He is also a board member of the Council of General Motors Credit Unions and a board member of the Combined Council of Credit Unions.
 
Frank Gulley (left) of Afena Federal Credit Union accepts his award from League Chairman Chuck Donovan of Members Source Credit Union.