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Posted by: Steve Kimmel 10 months ago

On Friday, September 8, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Public Service Credit Union is hosting a public grand opening to celebrate their expansion into Huntington County, and the remodel of their new branch located at 1885 Old U.S.-Hwy 24. There will be a ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. with the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce. Treats and swag will be available for the first 100 attendees.

After merging with Huntington County Federal Credit Union, PSCU started work to update the building they acquired across from the drive-in theater on Old U.S.-Hwy 24. The remodel is almost finished, complete with new signs, fresh paint and new furniture coming soon.

“The building now has a welcoming atmosphere that promotes a positive experience for members and visitors,” said CEO Carolyn Mikesell. “My team and I are eager to interact with the community and we look forward to getting to know you all.”

Aside from the building’s new amenities, credit union members are enjoying an updated variety of financial products and services.

Kristie Snyder, branch manager of the Huntington office, said “Members are loving all of the extras that Public Service Credit Union offers, like interest on checking, CD specials and the major upgrade to our online banking and mobile app.”

The Huntington office lobby is open Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours available in the drive-thru. The new branch welcomes anyone who lives or works in Huntington County to join the credit union. Savings, checking, auto and RV loans, mortgage and home equity loans, as well as a full array of electronic services are available.

Founded in 1932, Public Service Credit Union is Fort Wayne’s oldest credit union. Membership is open to anyone who lives or works in Allen or Huntington counties. Public Service Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving over 5,100 members through three branch locations and a full suite of electronic tools.