KILLEEN, Texas – Texas Partners Federal Credit Union has broken ground on a new Temple branch. “As more Bell County residents choose Texas Partners as their financial institution, our job is to open branches and serve them to the best of our ability,” said Texas Partners FCU President/CEO Gary Straley. Scheduled to open in June 2005, the new 5,370 square-foot facility will feature remote teller units, drive-up lanes with two way video capabilities, lobby internet station, children’s play area, drive-up ATM and safe deposit boxes. The new office will employ six staffers. “We are proud to be able to offer our members in the Temple area a new and modern facility to meet their financial needs,” Straley said, “We are listening to what our members want, and we are committed to meeting their needs.”

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