Wednesday, August 31, 2016

For The Folks At SECU...



... like a song of love that clings to me,
... that's how you'll stay!

Thank you!

12 comments:

William Brooks said...

Certainly your contributions to the credit union movement will be "Unforgettable"!

Anonymous said...

Bawling like a sweetbaby.

Anonymous said...

O-o-o-o-o-o-o...

Anonymous said...

How fitting...
You will be missed.

Jim Blaine said...

Should report that NCUA has not sent flowers... but don't give up there is still time!

Will let you know when they arrive....

Rusty said...

I don't know, Jim --I saw some dead petunias scattered aruond Duke Street earlier today . . .

Jim Blaine said...

Well, they have mentioned in the past a gift involving three camels, but I assumed that was a reference to the 3 Magi/Christmas and all that... so maybe a little later in the year? They may have already made the move to an 18 month gift cycle (... so they can lower the upcoming budget!)

Anonymous said...

Your shortest and yet, your best. Adios Amigo.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Sir for everything you have taught SECU and the Finance World about being true to helping people. No shell games needed. "Bring us your Mama."

Jason Dias said...

CU genius. Your interview on our radio show is still most listened to episode in our 7 years plus on the air. May God bless and keep you, make he make his face shine upon you and give you grace. Best to you and yours.

Jason Dias said...

Here is the link to that show, still relevant: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/powerofperformance/2014/02/19/jim-blaine-interview

Anonymous said...

Thank you SO much for all of your years of commitment to SECU and us (the employees.) I wish you nothing but the best, yet I am so sad to see you leave. I know of others who began with you that will retire sooner than I like to think about and I just hope and pray that we never loose site of everything you and the others have taught us. I began working here when I was 16 and have never left mainly because your visions, SECU's Do The Right Thing and People Helping People, are something I believe in and share whole heartedly. Again, I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you for everything but mostly for building something so wonderful that for me it truly is a joy to come to work each day. Take care and enjoy retirement!!!