The $1.2 billion American Heritage Federal Credit Union said it plans to open a new and improved Perkasie, Pa., branch on Monday.
The branch is replacing a former facility and will have three drive-through lanes, a night deposit box, five teller stations, an Internet café, an outside ATM and free coin counting machine, the credit union said.
A ribbon cutting is scheduled Monday with state and federal lawmakers on hand, including U.S. Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., the credit union said.
American Heritage said the grand opening is also a homecoming for President/CEO Bruce Foulke who graduated from nearby Pennridge High School in 1971 and took the reins of what was then Budd Company Employees Credit Union in 1979.
American Heritage now has 27 branches in Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery counties and serves more than 119,000 members.