Evansville Teachers FCU opens new branch in Princeton, Indiana
EVANSVILLE, IN (July 31, 2018) — Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union continued its investment in Gibson County with the opening of a new office in Princeton on Monday, July 30.
The branch at 3014 West Broadway Street, just across from ETFCU’s current location at 3020 Dixon Street, gives credit union members additional space for taking advantage of all financial services.
The new building encompasses about 5,200 square feet, including six private offices (up from three in the previous location) and a conference room. A permanent Mortgage Loan Officer also was added to the staff.
The new office includes an interactive teller machine (ITM) and two automated teller machines (ATMs), with two drive-through lanes with four points of contact. The branch also includes a tech bar with mobile and iPad devices for member use, and utilizes palm scanner technology.
Kim Shafer will continue in the role of branch manager in Princeton, with Millie Holderbaugh recently promoted to assistant manager. Hours will continue to be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday.
A weeklong grand opening celebration will be held in August and will include giveaways and drawings for prizes.
In April, ETFCU opened a second Gibson County branch on U.S. 41 at Mulberry Street in Fort Branch. It also has Indiana locations in Vincennes, Newburgh, Mount Vernon and Evansville (6), as well as in Henderson and Owensboro, Kentucky. It operates a full-service branch under the Liberty Financial umbrella in Franklin, Tennessee.
ETFCU recently surpassed 200,000 in total membership, including 9,743 members in Gibson County.
About Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union
ETFCU was founded by teachers from the Evansville school system and then-Evansville College in 1936, but has long been open to other prospective members and their families. The credit union has more than 212,000 members in all 50 states and eight nations, with assets of $1.8 billion, and leads the Evansville market in mortgage and auto loans.