Carrie Broughton-Irving retired from Banking, after a career of 39 years. She started her career
at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Seventh District. October 23, 1973, she embarked upon
a new endeavor at another financial Institution; Heritage Community Bank (formerly known as
Riverdale Bank) in Riverdale, Illinois. Her last 15 years she served as President of the Bank and
Vice President of Holding Company.
Carrie Broughton-Irving was actively in the Chicago South Suburban Community area holding
many positions. She was President and Founder of Regional Redevelopment Corporation (RRC, a
not for profit, 501-C3), Trustee of South Suburban College, A member of the Board of Directors
For Ingalls Memorial Hospital (Harvey, Illinois), and Sisters of St Francis, St James Hospitals
(Chicago Heights, IL and Olympia Fields, Il.) She severed as an officer of Chicago Southland
Chamber of Commerce, as well as the Dolton and Riverdale Chambers. An intracule role in The
Economic Development Board for the Village of Riverdale, Planning Commission for the City Of
Chicago. She served as Community Consultant and or Community Coordinator on numerous
development projects throughout her almost four decades of service.
She and her husband Willie retired to Pearl, Mississippi in 2004, and now as an active member
of The Bridge Church where she continues to work in community service.