Stay vigilant, stay protected.
With a trending rise in mobile phone scams and phishing e-mails, we would like to remind our members to please safeguard all financial account information, in order to prevent fraud opportunities.
Please remember—a Four Points FCU employee will never call, e-mail, or text and ask for personal information such as account numbers, PINs, Online Banking login names or passwords, etc.
Beware and refrain from clicking suspicious links or opening attachments on texts & e-mails.
If you have a question or concern about an incident—especially if it involves someone claiming to be from the credit union—please give us a call immediately at 1(800) 323-2786.
Protecting our members, and their money
After news of the Silicon Valley Bank collapse, many people have their own personal money in mind. Are your funds safe at any financial institution? How much would you lose should they fail?
The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) published an article on March 14th, detailing the major differences between the NCUA-insured funds of a credit union versus the FDIC-insured funds of a bank, as well as what the SVB collapse means for the economy.
While the NCUA and FDIC seemingly do the same thing at the same insured limits, there are some vast differences—all with greater favor leaning towards credit unions and their members.
Click here to learn more.
Becoming a Board Member
During the year, a call for Board Member elections may be issued by the credit union, signaling the ability for members of Four Points FCU to enter the nomination process.
If you are interested in helping shape Four Points FCU, please review the documents below and submit all forms to the directed credit union official before the listed deadline.
Becoming A Board Member Through Nomination Form
Becoming A Board Member Through Petition Form
Petition for Nomination Signature Sheet
2024 Board Member Nominations
Jeff Krejdl | Ag Valley Coop
Mr. Krejdl is the President and CEO of Ag Valley Coop. He began his career in 1993 as the assistant controller at Midland Coop in Funk, Nebraska. In 1998, he accepted the position of Chief Financial Officer at Ag Valley Coop in Edison, Nebraska, and has served as President and CEO since 2019. Ag Valley Coop is a full-service cooperative with sales of $410 million and more than $350 million in assets. The coop employs 180 employees in 14 Southwest Nebraska and Northwest Kansas locations.
As the President and CEO, Mr. Krejdl is responsible for assembling and managing a team of employees who carry out the direction set for Ag Valley Coop by the Board of Directors. That direction includes building long-term, meaningful relationships with their member-owners, who rely on Ag Valley to provide them with various services critical to their success and the health of the rural economy within its trade territory.
Mr. Krejdl knows that the relationships he has built with Ag Valley Coop's member-owners, employees, and his cooperative peers from across the United States have been invaluable as he has made the journey to the CEO position at Ag Valley Coop. As CFO, Mr. Krejdl managed all financial metrics for the organization. He provided senior management with guidance and recommendations for operational and financial implications for all significant business decisions.
Mr. Krejdl received his Bachelor's of Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting in 1993 and a Master of Business Administration Program (MBA) in 1997 from the University of Nebraska. Mr. Krejdl currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Cooperative Finance Association (CFA). CFA is an agricultural finance cooperative based in Kansas City and offers a full range of finance products and financial services to agricultural cooperatives and their members. Mr. Krejdl also serves as a national director of the National Society of Accountants for Cooperatives (NSAC), a professional organization dedicated to providing education, resources, and connections to professionals exclusively involved in cooperatives' financial management and planning.
Beyond his professional commitments, Mr. Krejdl is an active member of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Stamford, NE, serving on the church council board and volunteering as an organist and pianist. He has also been actively involved in youth sports, contributing as a volunteer soccer and baseball coach. He and his wife, Anita, are blessed with two sons and a daughter and enjoy outdoor activities, including hunting, fishing, boating, and golfing.
Bryon Tenski | Autism Center of Nebraska
Bryon Tenski is the Chief Financial Officer for the Autism Center of Nebraska. In this role, he directs the financial operations, as well as many of the day-to-day operations of an essential organization which serves individuals with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities.
Prior to this, Bryon grew up in central Nebraska and attended Wayne State College. After graduating, he used his Business Management degree to start a career in banking where he learned concepts of finance, managed a branch staff, and was a team leader in several bank mergers. After more than 11 years in banking, Bryon applied this knowledge and experience in his new role as Finance Manager/Senior Operations Manager with his church, Bellevue Christian Center. Over the next 8 years, he grew his skill set and passion for running a non-profit organization, before finally accepting his current role with ACN. Besides his faith, Bryon’s biggest priority is his wife, Martha, and two sons, Isaiah, and Caleb.
In his free time, he enjoys volunteering at his church, supporting Nebraska Football, playing golf, and spending time with close friends. Bryon believes in doing the “right thing” because it is the right thing to do and strives to embody what it means to be a servant leader.