HRCU Appoints Grover to Board of Directors
ROCHESTER, NH –HRCU has announced that Jeanne Grover has been elected to their Board of Directors, representing the interests of the organization and its membership.
“It is great to welcome Jeanne to our Board of Directors” said Dana R. Flanders, HRCU Chairman of the Board “She brings with her impressive credentials that will be an enormous benefit to the credit union and our members.”
Grover, a native of Rochester, New Hampshire, has been significantly involved in the community, having served on several different Boards, as the NH Yellow Ribbon Support Specialist for the NHARNG during their largest deployment since WW2, and as the co-founder of the Rochester Farmers Market, a major supporter of families in need and military families. Grover has also been awarded the Presidential Volunteer Service Award.
Grover’s career includes 20 years of self-employment in the food industry and 15 years at the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, retiring as the Chief Relocation Advisor for the Federal Uniform Act.
Grover brings a broad range of experience to the HRCU board. She received her broker’s license for both real estate and insurance, is designated a Certified Public Supervisor through the Bureau of Education, is an active Justice of the Peace.
Jeanne resides in Rochester with her husband, William “Bill” Grover. She has one adult son, Eric Earl.