Photo: Diamond Credit Union’s former volunteer board member, Bob Orlando.
Diamond Credit Union’s former volunteer board member, Bob Orlando, 74, recently passed away in September.
Orlando was a faithful volunteer board member for over 40 years. His services and contributions to Diamond are invaluable, and have helped shape the organization into the Credit Union it is today.
“We were lucky to have Bob as part of the Diamond community for so long,” President and CEO of Diamond Credit Union John Faust said. “His love for helping others was reflected in his service to Diamond and other organizations.”
Orlando’s commitment to serving the community extended beyond Diamond Credit Union. He was also a Rajah Shriner. Members of the Rajah Shrine are dedicated to fellowship and philanthropy. Over 75 years ago, the organization began operating a network of specialized hospitals known as Shriners Hospital for Children. These hospitals treat children with orthopedic problems, burns and spinal cord injuries, up to their 18th birthday, regardless of their ability to pay.
Diamond Credit Union donated $1,000 in memory of Mr. Orlando to the Shriners to honor his passion for helping others.
Diamond extends its condolences to the family and friends of Bob Orlando.