Credit Union Times Magazine March 16, 2011

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  • Build It, They Will Come? Hogwash, Says TruMark

    PHILADELPHIA — “You know that line about ‘if you build it, they will come?’” asked Oscar Torrealva, branch manager at the $1.3 billion TruMark Financial Credit Union's branch in the financially strapped Eastern North Philadelphia.

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  • ABA’s Keating Seeks Unity and Common Ground

    On issues such as debit interchange and limiting the growth of future regulations, banks and credit unions are on the same side of the political divide. On others, such as credit unions’ tax-exempt status and raising the cap on member business lending, the industries’ interests diverge.



  • Olympic Medals for Reading

    Lincoln Elementary School recently hosted the Pottstown School District’s Reading Olympics. John Faust (far right), president/CEO of Diamond Credit Union, and Chip, Diamond CU’s mascot (rear, center), were on hand to share in the competition.

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