Incenta Federal Credit Union Grows to Serve Members Better
2 New Locations with Same Day Grand Opening Celebrations
ENGLEWOOD, OH (June 17, 2013) Incenta Federal Credit Union President and CEO, Cheryl Roser, envisioned great possibilities when she first saw the available space, formerly a car wash at 3000 Elbee Road in Dayton, Ohio. Incenta Federal Credit Union had outgrown their Edwin C. Moses office, so relocating the credit union to a larger facility was in order.
About the same time an opportunity arose to merge with St. Luke Parish Federal Credit Union, located in Beavercreek, Ohio- a great area to grow the Incenta footprint in a vibrant community. The successful merger resulted in Incenta Federal Credit Union growing to eight convenient locations to serve new and existing credit union members.
The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Grand Opening Celebrations for both offices took place on May 21, 2013. Attendees enjoyed refreshments and received a small token of appreciation from the Credit Union. Joey Brewster, of Miamisburg, Ohio, won a car detailing provided by local dealership White Allen and Mark Neumeier, of Xenia, Ohio, won a gift card from Knollwood Garden Center.
Incenta Federal Credit Union started in a small office as DP&L Employees Credit Union in 1935, and today operates from eight convenient offices located in Dayton, Aberdeen and Springfield.
The growing footprint for Incenta Federal Credit Union is indicative of consumers gravitating to financial cooperatives that are member owned, not-for-profit, and focused on delivering no or low cost technologically advanced financial services and products.