spot_img

Publishers POV – May 2015

Date:

PUBLISHERS POV :BY TIM O’HARA

People Helping People

This weekend, I was treated to a visit from my two favorite people in the whole wide world, my grandsons Charley and Noone (pronounced: noon). Both are pictured on the front cover after serving as ring bearers at a recent family wedding. Charley will be five in June and already possesses the negotiating skills of a master. One perfect example: On Saturday morning, Charley convinced me to take both him and his little brother to the Target store so we could buy Noone (19 months) a toy. And by the time Charley had finished, we had bought Noone the toy and Charley three more.

I think that Noone knows I’m a pushover when it comes to him, because he always runs to me, arms extended, so I can readily pick him up and carry him in whichever direction he points. And he points quite a bit.

Like most “Baby Boomers,” I grew up in a large family of eight children, surrounded by no fewer than 60 cousins. As a result of that closeness, there are always little kids to look after, which really goes perfectly with the CU mantra, “People Helping People.”

This content is for CU BUSINESS eMagazine , Special Deal: 2 websites , and NEW! The Leadership Team Builder Group Subscription members only.
Log In Register

Share post:

spot_img
spot_img

Popular

More like this
Related

Rebecca White Joins Texas Trust as Vice President of HR

ARLINGTON, Texas – June 6, 2022 – Strengthening and...

There’s more to overdraft reform than just fees

The great overdraft debate has focused on fees. And...

Rising Inflation Impacting Non-Prime Borrowers Most, Though Many Consumers Proving to be Resilient under Challenging Circumstances

New TransUnion study explores consumer resiliency amid rising inflation Chicago,...