Fryzel, Mayor Bloomberg Lead New York Parade
(News published at www.ncua.gov)
October 8, 2009, New York, NY. – Calling it a major highlight of his career, NCUA Board Member Michael E. Fryzel marched down 5th Avenue in New York City with Mayor Michael Bloomberg to lead the 72nd Annual Casimir Pulaski Day Parade last weekend.
“It was an honor to walk the parade route with Mayor Bloomberg,” Fryzel stated. “The Annual Pulaski Day Parade attracts tens of thousands of people and its one of the largest parades in the city.”
After walking the route with the Mayor and other dignitaries, Fryzel joined the 200 employees of the Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union and marched the route once more.
“Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union is a major player in the financial sector of New York and New Jersey,” Fryzel said. “In addition, their sponsorship of countless community activities is a clear showing of the credit union philosophy of member commitment.”
Fryzel, the first Polish American to be appointed to the NCUA Board, was honorary Grand Marshall of the parade which was preceded by mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral and breakfast honoring parade officials. He was joined at all events by Polish and Slavic CEO, Bogdan Chmielewski and Chairman, Krzysztof Matyszczyk.
The Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union’s main office is located in Brooklyn New York. The credit union has over 1 billion in assets and nearly 70 thousand members.
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