Georgia United Credit Union and Etowah Valley Federal Credit Union announce special meeting to approve merger

DULUTH, GA (June 29, 2015) — On April13, 2015, the Board of Directors of Etowah Valley Federal Credit Union approved to merge with Georgia United Credit Union, subject to membership approval. 

The Board encourages members of Etowah Valley FCU to attend a special meeting for members on July 7, 2015 at 4 p.m. in the Credit Union main office located at 134 East Felton Rd., Cartersville, GA 30120 to vote in favor of the proposed merger.

Copies of the letter and ballots can be picked up at the Credit Union main office or downloaded from Ballots can also be dropped off at the Etowah Valley FCU branch in a sealed envelope or mailed to:  Thompson O’Brien Kemp & Nasuti, P.C., 40 Technology Parkway South- Suite 300, Norcross, GA, 30092 if member is unable to attend. The mailed ballots must be received no later than July 7 at noon. 

About Etowah Valley FCU

Established in 1970, Etowah Valley Federal Credit Union was established to offer basic services and personal loans to local manufacturing companies. They have since expanded their membership to serve select employee groups within Etowah Valley through one main branch in Cartersville, GA including Polk County School District and the City of Cartersville. They currently serve approximately 3,000 members and hold $21 million in assets. For more information, please call 770.382.7373 or visit

About Georgia United Credit Union

Established in 1958, Georgia United Credit Union is one of the largest and strongest member-owned credit unions in Georgia with over 130,000 members, 17 branches—of which are 5,000 shared branches— and over 100,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide.  As a full-service financial institution committed to improving its members’ lives and local communities, Georgia United serves all State Agency employees, Board of Regents colleges and universities, employees of over 500 companies and 14 school systems. For more information, please call 770.476.6400 or visit

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