AmeriCU Board of Directors

The 2014-2015 Slate of Officers is

John A. Stevenson, Chairman
George C. Bauer, III, Vice Chairman
Terri Tulowiecki, Chief Financial Officer
Sharon L. Miazga, Recording  Officer

Ann S. Tyler, Director
Joseph J. Turczyn, Director
Charles S. Sorrento, Director

Supervisory Committee members are:

Robert J. Angelhow, Chairman
Luis M. Marina, Member
Laura Fleck, Member

Supervisory Committee


The role of AmeriCU’s Supervisory Committee is to perform financial audit oversight, on behalf of AmeriCU’s Board of Directors. The Supervisory Committee is appointed by the AmeriCU Board of Directors.

The primary responsibility of the Supervisory Committee is to serve as a means of checks and balances at the Credit Union. We want to make sure you are happy with our products, services and staff at all times. We urge you to contact any member of the staff, management or Board with comments, questions and concerns you might have.

You may contact the Supervisory Committee through email or by mail:
AmeriCU Credit Union
P.O. Box 1455
Rome, NY 13441.

The Supervisory Committee is responsible for ensuring that the board of directors and management of the Credit Union:
  • Meet required financial reporting objectives.
  • Establish practices and procedures sufficient to safeguard members’ assets.
To carry out these responsibilities, the Supervisory Committee must determine whether:
  • Internal controls are established and effectively maintained to achieve the credit union’s financial reporting objectives which must be sufficient to satisfy the requirements of the supervisory committee audits, verification of members’ accounts and it’s additional responsibilities;
  • The credit union’s accounting records and financial reports are promptly prepared and accurately reflect operations and results;
  • The relevant plans, policies, and control procedures established by the board of directors are properly administered; and
  • Policies and control procedures are sufficient to safeguard against error, carelessness, conflict of interest, self-dealing and fraud.