Dr. Stamey Conference Room Dedication


In the mid 1950’s as a young professor at Kansas State University, Dr. William Stamey began his journey with kstate CREDIT UNION. He gave over 60 years serving as a volunteer of the credit union and its members. He gave his time in different capacities throughout those years: Director, Chair, Supervisory committee and in fact, he moved in and out of those volunteer positions many times serving various positions more than once.

Dr. Stamey has always believed in “People helping people” and he not only helped steer and guide our credit union, he took the grass roots efforts to the state level, serving on the Board of Directors for the Kansas Credit Union Association for many years.

In April of 2017, Dr. Stamey retired from the Board of Directors here at kstate CREDIT UNION leaving a legacy of commitment to his community for not only better experiences but easier access to all financial services. 

On Wednesday, September 20th, 2017, during the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Directors, the conference room in kstate CREDIT UNION’S new home office at 601 McCall Road in Manhattan, was officially dedicated.  Dr. Stamey, his wife Rae and other members of his family were in attendance for the dedication.