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Beginning July 1, Lebanon Federal Credit Union started accepting nominations for a Hometown Hero that continues to make a difference in the community. 

The “Hometown Hero Award” is presented by LFCU to an individual in our community who exemplifies the same vision and core values instilled in LFCU and the Credit Union motto of “People Helping People.”

The nomination requirements were that the community member must be active or retired from their line or work and must be a Lebanon County resident. This award was open to:

  • First Responders
  • Fire Fighters
  • Police Officers
  • Medical Professionals 
  • Military Personnel

This award is LFCU’s way of showing gratitude toward those among us who continue to give so much of themselves to their community. 

Out of 40 nominations, Robert Miller Jr. was chosen as LFCU’s 2022 winner. 

On Tuesday, Aug. 9, Robert was surprised at First Aid and Safety of Lebanon. He was presented with a check for $1,000 on behalf of LFCU. His family was there to surprise him and join in the celebration!

“He has been an EMT for 30 plus years and has come to the rescue of many. Not just while he is working but also off duty,” said Shelia Maloney who nominated Robert. 

We thank you Robert for your service and dedication to the community of Lebanon. Your hard work does not go unnoticed. We value your time and commitment. 

LFCU will continue this annual tradition. Stay tuned for next year’s nomination period!