Election Information:

There are two (2) director positions open for election in 2018. The Nominating Committee, appointed by the Chairman of the Board, has nominated three candidates to fill the open seats. An election will be held from January 10th until February 10th.

All primary account holders age 15 and older are eligible to vote. Here’s what you’ll need to vote:

  • Member ID (This is your Granite CU Account #)
  • PIN (This is your birthdate – MMDDYY, or last 4 of TIN for business accounts)

Ballots must be received by 11:59pm on February 10th, 2018. Ballots will not be accepted at Credit Union locations.

Ways to Vote:

Place your vote securely online.

Call 1-877-421-6828 to vote by phone.

Request a paper ballot by calling 1-877-421-6828.

Meet the Candidates:

Lewis Adams

Lewis P. Adams is an experienced, friendly and respected Attorney in Utah. He has been a member of Granite Credit Union for several years and has been a member of the Supervisory Committee for over 9 years. Lewis is the current Chair of the Supervisory Committee and has recently recruited new committee members to ensure a full and competent committee. During his time on the committee Lewis has continued to learn and educate himself in his responsibilities to the Supervisory Committee. He has worked with the internal auditor to ensure the security and safety of the members’ funds. Lewis is well-qualified to participate with the Board to ensure Granite Credit Union’s enduring stability. He owns and has successfully operated his law practice for over 22 years. Along with his assistance to ensure the safety and security of credit union member funds, Lewis has also assisted his clients with their private finances. He would appreciate your vote. Lewis graduated from the University of Utah College of Law in 1995. He entered private practice and has focused primarily on assisting clients with financial matters, including budgeting issues and crafting custom solutions to assist clients in reaching the absolute best outcome possible.

Don Johnson – incumbent

I am once again seeking your vote to serve as one of the Granite Credit Union Directors. In my more than thirty years of service on the Supervisory Committee and Board of Directors I have attended numerous educational conferences and gained a great deal of experience that will benefit Granite Credit Union and you as its members. I have served in every office of the Board of Directors as well as on various committees, some of them more than once. I also served many years as an officer and member of the Board of the Valley West Rotary Club and West Valley Chamber of Commerce, gaining valuable experience that I will use to help your credit union reach its service goals. I have been a CPA for over thirty years, as well as a teacher in public school and college, gaining experience and knowledge that makes me a good choice to serve you on the Board of Directors for another three years.

Thank you for considering me for this important position.

Ben Ungricht – incumbent

I have decided to run again for one of the openings on the Board of Directors.  I feel that with my 19 years of combined experience as a board member, I will be able to represent your concerns and interest as a member of Granite Credit Union. My education, a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, gives me additional experience that will enable me to oversee and direct the affairs of the credit union.  I joined Granite Credit Union when I was in high school. When I joined the Credit Union I wanted to be affiliated with the credit union movement. As I have volunteered at the Granite Credit Union through the years I have become more convinced that credit unions play a crucial role in our nation’s banking system. Credit Unions are the place where individuals and families feel welcomed. The needs of the members are the first and foremost concern of the Board Members and the management of Granite Credit Union.  I know that my allegiance is to the members, and not to stockholders.

I would appreciate your continued support and confidence.