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Riverfront Annual Meeting and Election of Directors

This year our annual meeting will be held on Thursday, May 16, 2024, 6:30 PM at our headquarters office, located at 2609 Keiser Blvd. in Wyomissing, PA 19610. The meeting is open to any member of Riverfront Federal Credit Union. Reservations are required if you wish to attend in person or online via Zoom. To reserve a spot, please email or call (484) 345-4130.

The Nominating Committee currently has four Board positions open for election.  John Kline, Kelly Edwards, and Meggan Kerber are running for 3-year terms, and there’s also an open position for a 1-year term.

John W. Kline

John W. Kline has been an active volunteer since 1974. He began his tenure with the credit union serving on the Supervisory Committee when Riverfront was known as RDG Reading Federal Credit Union serving employees of the former Reading Company Railroad. He became a board member in 1982 serving as Board Treasurer and currently presides over the Board of Directors as its Chairman and is also a member of the Executive and Facilities Task Force Committees. John says, “As a volunteer for a not-for-profit financial institution, it is very satisfying knowing that the decisions made in the boardroom are made for the well-being of our entire membership, and not for shareholders, as is the case in a for-profit institution. As a Board member, it allows me to make policy decisions that will help enhance our member’s financial well-being and also to be an advocate for the credit union encouraging others to benefit from the value of belonging to Riverfront.”

Kelly L. Edwards

Kelly Edwards has been a member of the Board of Directors since 2012. She previously served on the Polymer Employees Federal Credit Union (PEFCU) Board of Directors prior to their merger with Riverfront. Kelly is the Director of Human Resources at Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials Inc., Reading. She is honored to be associated with an organization where members are part owners and are treated as such.

Meggan Kerber

Meggan Kerber serves as the Associate Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Alvernia University. Kerber has worked in the non-profit community for nearly 30 years in fundraising, marketing, and special events.  In addition, she spent several years in the corporate sector focusing on marketing for the restaurant industry and event planning.   She has served in the past as Executive Director, Berks Arts Council; Director of Development, Bethany Children’s Home; Chief Development Officer, Olivet Boys & Girls Club; Girl Scouts-Great Valley, Penn State Berks, and Easter Seals.  Kerber is also actively involved in the local community serving as a volunteer for PA Americana Region, Restoring Hope of Berks County, WCR Center for the Arts, and the Reading Science Center.

Interested in Becoming a Riverfront Board Member?

Board meetings are held the third Monday of every month. Write in applicants need to submit their nomination by petition with signatures from 1% of the membership, maximum of 500 signatures; up to 30 days prior to meeting. For more information on serving, please refer to our website at


The Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, May 16, 2024, 6:30 PM at the Keiser Branch, located at 2609 Keiser Blvd., Wyomissing. The meeting is open to any member of Riverfront Federal Credit Union. If you plan on attending please submit the form below.

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Customers become members and part owners when they open an account here. Our profits are returned to members in the form of better rates, lower fees, improved services, and increased reserves to maintain our unmatched financial strength. Having an account at Riverfront means that you are part owner of the Credit Union.

Deposits are used to fund loans to other account holders. Earnings are used to increase savings yields, lower loan rates, offer new financial services, or add to the institution’s financial strength. Don’t worry; your money is safe with us. The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the U.S. Government, regulates us. The NCUA examines each credit union annually and insures your savings accounts up to at least $250,000.


To be eligible to join Riverfront you must currently live, work, worship or attend school in Berks County, Pennsylvania or be a legal entity doing business in Berks County. Also eligible for membership is a current member’s spouse, child, parent, sibling, grandparent, grandchild and in-law. You will need to provide proof of your eligibility.

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