BLOOMFIELD MILLS, Mich. — The members of T&C Federal CreditUnion have voted 91% in favor of the credit unions proposed mergerwith USA Credit Union of Auburn Hills.

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The merger was endorsed by both credit union CEOs, both boards,state and federal regulators and by Congressman Joe Knollenberg andOakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson.

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Together T&C and USA will form $1.2 billion Genisys CreditUnion, and will be the fourth largest credit union Michigan and inthe top 100 nationally. Genisys will have 23 branches, 19 inSoutheast Michigan, two in Minnesota and one in Pennsylvania. Itwill be chartered in Michigan under the Office of Finance andInsurance Regulation and all accounts will continue to be federallyinsured.

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“Both T&C and USA are healthy, financially soundorganizations that share a common vision and values for theirmembers,” said Mary McDonald, president/CEO of USA Credit Union.“Both have always made the quality of member service their toppriority and both are committed to the communities where theirmembers and employees live and work. I'm proud of this merger andI'm confident Genisys will be a success.”

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McDonald will stay on as president for the transition, but willretire in 2009. T&C President/CEO Dianne Addington will be CEOof Genisys.

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The merger will be finalized later in 2008 and beginning inJanuary 2009 operations will combine slowly over the year.

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