Longtime VP at Catholic FCU Dies (Misc News: November 17, 2010)
Deborah Frisch, senior vice president at Catholic FCU in Saginaw, died Oct. 31, following a brief illness. She was 53.
Frisch began her career at Catholic in 1974 as a co-op student. She continued on to work in every department of the credit union and within a few years became senior vice president. Through Deb’s contribution and leadership, the credit union has grown to 26,000 members and $300 million in assets.
“She taught many of us through her example about the credit union philosophy of ‘people helping people,’ ” Catholic FCU said in a press release.
In addition to Catholic Federal, she served on many boards and committees: MCUL, Team One Scholarship, Leadership Saginaw and Hospitality House of Saginaw. Frisch was also admitted into the prestigious “Quarter Century Honor Roll” by the National Association of Credit Unions in recognition of more than 25 years of faithful service.
Funeral services were Nov. 3, at Deisler Funeral Home in Saginaw.
Surviving are parents, Robert and Marjorie Frisch; sister, Laurie Aldrich and husband, Marc and their children: Ryan, Stephen and Myles; companion, David Demand and his family: Elizabeth Demand, Bill and Mary Demand and their children: Christopher and Allison, Jeff and Kim Demand and their children: Nicole and Joshua. She also leaves behind her three treasured dogs: Killian, Ruby and Jack.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Msgr. Forbes Scholarship Fund, c/o Catholic FCU, 6180 State St., Saginaw, MI 48603.