Floyd Manley has retired from the Kansas City Credit Union after 22 years of service. Kansas City Credit Union (KCCU) was established in 1940 to serve the employees of the city of Kansas City and their families. He expanded services to members of KCCU including checking accounts, real estate loans, ATM service, additional branch locations and money market accounts.
On October 25, 2012, the city presented Floyd with a proclamation in his honor. The city recognized Floyd for the many years of dedicated service he performed for the credit union community through a resolution at the legislative session. As Floyd was not able to attend to accept the proclamation, his daughter accepted on his behalf.
Photo Caption: Manley's daughter accepts resolution on his behalf.
Photo Caption: Floyd Manley, retired President of Kansas City Credit Union.