By Samantha Ketterer Published 6:06 am CST, Friday, December 7, 2018 An ATM was damaged in a smash-and-grab at PrimeWay Federal Credit Union on Highway 290 on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018. An ATM was damaged in a smash-and-grab at PrimeWay Federal Credit Union on Highway 290 on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018. Photo: Metro Video Photo: Metro Video Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 An ATM was damaged in a smash-and-grab at PrimeWay Federal Credit Union on Highway 290 on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018. An ATM was damaged in a smash-and-grab at PrimeWay Federal Credit Union on Highway 290 on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018. Photo: Metro Video ATM damaged in attempted smash-and-grab at NW Houston credit union 1 / 3 Back to … [Read more...] about ATM damaged in attempted smash-and-grab at NW Houston credit union
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Scott Talley Special to the Detroit Free Press Published 12:01 AM EST Nov 9, 2018 The East Lansing-based Michigan State University Federal Credit Union is the largest university-based credit union in the world. However, despite the global distinction, when MSUFCU considers new hires, the focus of the conversations is often local. “We are very community focused, so we certainly look for people who will make our members their priority and also care about our community,” said Silvia Dimma, chief human resources officer for the credit union, which has more than 250,000 members. In October 2017, MSUFCU celebrated the grand opening of a second building on its headquarters campus, and in March 2018, the credit union reached $4 billion in assets. As it has grown through the years, the credit union also has made a commitment to serving employees well, as evidenced by the credit union earning another top-five spot (No. 4) in the Detroit Free Press Top … [Read more...] about Top Workplaces honoree MSU Federal Credit Union focuses on community
After opening four branches in 2018, Ent Credit Union plans to accelerate its expansion with nine more locations and 200 additional employees next year.The Colorado Springs-based financial institution, now the state’s sixth largest, has added 10 Front Range counties, $1 billion in assets and nearly 65,000 members over the past 2½ years. Business Deposits at Colorado Springs banks and credit unions grow at fastest rate since 2012 Wayne Heilman CEO Chad Graves said Ent expects to reach $10 billion in assets and operate branches in all 14 counties in its service area within 10 years.“We are a Colorado Springs success story,” Graves said. “We are seeing more and more of our members moving in areas along the Front Range, so over the next few years, we will be adding locations mostly to the north. Finding the real estate has made expanding more difficult because it takes a year or two to acquire and then go through the planning process to get the … [Read more...] about Colorado Springs credit union giant Ent planning major expansion next year
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A prank may have been the motive for a man's deadly stabbing outside a credit union in northwest Harris County, according to new details revealed in court overnight.Thomas Henry Rolle II is charged with stabbing his girlfriend's husband, 37-year-old Jason Ryan Maas, to death on Sunday morning. Maas was found dead in a pool of his own blood in the parking lot of Chartway Federal Credit Union on FM 1960 near Forest Branch.The victim's roommate says that Maas was in the process of divorcing his wife, who was dating Rolle.Court paperwork shows that Maas and a friend pulled a prank on Rolle and the wife, which involved hiding one of their cars and stealing Rolle's ID.After that incident, Rolle is accused of threatening Maas through phone calls and text messages.A witness told investigators he was with Maas when he was on the phone with Rolle and agreed to meet him at a motel to return the stolen ID. Maas never returned to the motel room.Police say Rolle and his … [Read more...] about Prank may have been motive for deadly stabbing outside credit union in NW Harris County
PORTSMOUTHA Portsmouth sheriff’s investigator told a special grand jury Councilman Mark Whitaker treated his church’s credit union as his “own piggy bank” and that it still owed customers $240,000 when it shut down in 2015, according to new court documents.But Whitaker’s attorneys say Investigator Brett Johnson’s testimony last year was false – and that the Sheriff’s Office already had records at the time that proved all of the loans were paid off.The defense asked for Johnson’s testimony and their attack on it to be sealed in the court file. But it wasn’t, giving the public its first glimpse at what witnesses told the grand jurors before they indicted the councilman.Special prosecutor Andrew Robbins and defense attorneys Don Scott and Jon Babineau declined to comment on the court filings.Whitaker, an assistant pastor at New Bethel Baptist Church, is charged with 20 felonies, including identity fraud and forgery. He was set to … [Read more...] about Mark Whitaker’s credit union was missing $240,000, sheriff’s official testified. Defense says that’s false.