More than a financial institution.
The first thing you might think is that we’re just another “bank.” But there are a number of differences that separate us from other financial institutions.
For example, a credit union is a member-owned financial cooperative that works to promote the interests of its members. Because profits are reinvested in the credit union, loans are generally a better deal, while interest rate yields on savings products are much higher.
In addition, as a member of the credit union, you’re also an owner. Every member has an equal vote in how the credit union is managed, no matter how little or how much money you have on deposit. Our Board of Directors is made up of unpaid volunteers, so you know their focus is always the financial well-being of the credit union and the best interests of its member-owners.
Enjoy the safety, convenience and personal service you won’t find at other financial institutions. If you have any questions about the Credit Union Difference, give us a call or stop by one of our convenient locations for personalized attention. You can also email us with inquiries about basic member services.