Apple Federal Credit Union Breaks Ground On Gainesville Branch, The Fifth In Prince William County

FAIRFAX, VA—Apple Federal Credit Union broke ground Monday, March 4, 2013, on a new Gainesville Branch at 14385 McGraws Corner Dr., off Lee Highway (Rt. 29), just south of Linton Hall Road next to CVS. The branch will open in late 2013 to all current and potential members, including anyone who lives, works, worships, goes to school or owns a business in Prince William County and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. This will be Apple’s western-most branch in the County and bring the full branch network to 22 branches.

Attendees of Gainesville groundbreaking ceremony included Apple FCU President and CEO, Larry Kelly; Chairman of Apple FCU’s Board of Directors, Dr. Larry Byers; Secretary for Apple FCU Board of Directors, Calanthia Tucker; Thomas D. Garber, and Steve Sengstack, Apple FCU Board of Directors; and many more.

Apple’s state-of-the-art Gainesville branch will feature, a 24-hour walk-up and drive-thru ATMs, a night depository, safe deposit boxes, community room, kids play area and more. Members will also experience a heightened level of convenience with three lanes of drive-thru banking.

The building of Apple’s Gainesville branch was awarded to Marion Construction. With a commitment to green building practices, Marion has experience building financial branches in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD region; achieving quality results with a strong and honest work ethic. Apple retained the architectural and interior design services of HGA Mid-Atlantic, Inc. (formerly Wisnewski Blair & Associates) who have overseen other recent branch projects.

For more information on Apple Federal Credit Union and its products and services, call 703-788-4800 or visit

Apple Federal Credit Union’s Mission
Through a lifelong partnership with anyone touched by education, Apple FCU helps members achieve their dreams by offering competitive financial solutions, with dedicated personal service. Apple exists, not for profit, but for the benefit of its members.

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