WILDWOOD, Mo. --Electro Savings Credit Union has cut the ribbon on its new branch in Wildwood. Designed by local facilities firm NewGround, the new full-service facility features four drive-up lanes, ATM access, Internet access and other member conveniences. Joining Electro Savings board and staffers for the ribbon cutting were State Rep. Albert Liese (D-79) and Wildwood Mayor Edward Marshall. In addition to giveaways, refreshments and prize drawings, Electro Savings and NewGround donated $1,500 to Circle of Concern, a local nonprofit organization that operates a food bank and provides other services for low-income families. "Helping to enhance the quality of life of individuals and families in the areas we serve is very important to our credit union," said Stan Moeckli, president/CEO of Electro Savings. "Our board, staff and management are enthusiastic when it comes giving back to the community. We're pleased to be able to contribute to an organization that does such an outstanding job serving low-income families.
Electro Savings CU Heads to Wildwood
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