Dan Stoltz joined Spire Credit Union in 2010 at a time of uncertainty. The credit union was at 6.41% equity—below the 7% threshold—and had lost $11.5 million. He worked to build reserves and nearly doubled Spire’s assets from $563 million to $977 million by 2017. Under Stoltz’s leadership, the Falcon Heights-based financial institution has surpassed $2 billion in assets and now serves more than 156,000 members, making it the fourth-largest credit union in Minnesota by membership. During his executive tenure, Stoltz has also attracted 10 credit union mergers with $320 million in assets. Colleagues know well his personal philosophy: “Life is about giving, not getting.” Stoltz is a leader driven to make Spire a top financial institution while improving the financial wellness of its members and owners.