SUITLAND, Md. – Andrews Federal Credit Union recently sponsored the Prince George’s Proud Veterans Appreciation Luncheon. The luncheon was organized by the Prince George’s County Government. Col. Todd Randolph, the Joint Base Andrews Commander, served as the keynote speaker. Andrews Federal provided monetary support for the event, as well as providing commemorative items for the veterans in attendance. Members of the Andrews Federal executive leadership team were also in attendance at the event.
Prince George’s County, the area immediately surrounding Joint Base Andrews, is home to more than 60,000 veterans. Andrews Federal Credit Union is also headquartered in Prince George’s County and in addition to serving military service members, the credit union also employs veterans and military family members locally and internationally.
“While our membership base continues to grow and expand outside the military, we remain dedicated to serving and supporting our military service members,” said Damita Robinson, Chief Operating Officer for Andrews Federal Credit Union. “By supporting the Prince George’s Proud Veterans Appreciation Luncheon, we continue to show our appreciation for the veterans who have served our country and who are valuable members of our local community.”