Warren Federal Credit Union, Cheyenne, Wyo., announced the opening of its seventh branch in Laramie. The new branch is ready to serve its existing members that live and go to school in the community. The branch is a full-service location.
Earthmover Credit Union, Montgomery, Ill., recently opened its newest branch with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The branch is located in Montgomery, approximately 40 miles west of Chicago. The credit union's newest location features four teller stations, personal banking offices, three drive-thru lanes and a drive-up ATM.
Catholic Federal Credit Union, Essexville, Mich., announced the opening of its sixth location on Center Avenue. The new 3,400- square-foot office features four teller windows, three drive-thru lanes, drive-up ATM service and a coin machine. Four full- time and one part-time staff will operate the office.
GFA Federal Credit Union, Gardner, Mass., announced that it will renovate its Winchendon branch located on Central Street. The renovation will update the branch's service areas and will be aligned with the credit union's signature look currently employed at its Hubbardston, Rindge and Rutland locations.
Mountain America Credit Union, Salt Lake City, recently opened its new West Jordan branch. This marks the fourth credit union location in West Jordan, in addition to the corporate headquarters. Mountain American Credit Union is a full-service institution, offering everything form checking accounts to mortgages and business services.
Smart Financial Credit Union, Houston, recently opened its new FM 1960 office with a communitywide grand opening. Everyone enjoyed the beautiful weather, with hundreds of area residents, credit union members and staff in attendance. The grand opening included caricature artists, balloon twisting clowns and face painters.
Members 1st Federal Credit Union, Mechanicsburg, Pa., announced the grand opening of its 33rd branch in Carlisle and 34thh branch in Hanover. Credit union President/CEO Bob Marquette attended the event and cut the ribbon at both ceremonies. Employees from each new branch joined Marquette in the celebration.
Service 1st Federal Credit Union, Danville, Pa., announced plans to expand with a new facility to be constructed in north Danville. The new location will feature a retail lobby space, a three lane drive-thru ATM lanes and a night depository. The administrative offices and support service area will be relocating to the new facility. The location will also provide a space for community and volunteer groups to access for meetings and functions.
Teachers Federal Credit Union, Farmingville N.Y., recently held a grand opening celebration at its 19th full-service branch. The festivities included special guest, Howard Failey, a member of the credit union since 1952. Failey spoke of his long association with TFCU and joked about being a person who was lucky to live long enough to see the credit union grow to 19 branches across Long Island.
Security Services Federal Credit Union, Harlingen, Texas, celebrated, along with Harlingen Chamber of Commerce, the credit union's arrival to the City of Harlingen with a ribbon- cutting ceremony. The ceremony was held at AAFCU's Harlingen service center on West Filmore Avenue. The credit union currently operates three locations in the Rio Grande Valley.