Business Development Officer
Motivated with passion and purpose, after losing his beloved grandparents, Aaron McCollum shared a glimpse of all he and his wife Patricia do to serve others. His purpose is, he said, “Simply, to make others feel valued. Not just by myself, but that God values them and wants that relationship with them.”
Jordan Rangel is passionate about caring on the legacy his father started 31 years ago – creating a traveling baseball team. After losing his father in a tragic work accident in 1996, Jordan took over in his place. The organization now serves 17 baseball and 13 softball teams and has built and runs a complex for the community youth. “I think about it all the time,” he shared. “To give back to the youth of the community … it’s pretty special to us.”
Jim Luce, Marine Credit Union (MCU) Senior Business Development Officer, said his parents taught him to recognize opportunities to help others. Jim said that MCU’s mission “really motivates” him. “It’s easier to get out of bed,” he added, “when you are doing something you are passionate about.”
Chris Steinert has a passion for volunteering and serving the community. “I see the value of being involved in helping,” he shared. He said his previous job got in his way of helping. Working at MCU with a mission to serve the community, Chris said works for him. “I can help people while I’m working. It’s a good way to help people on the daily,” he added.