Making the cut

TEXAS CITY, TEXAS (May 30, 2014) — On Thursday, May 29th, AMOCO Federal Credit Union and City of Nassau Bay hosted a joint ribbon cutting to celebrate the new branch and the new city hall building.

All month long celebratory events took place to welcome the $3.8 million two-story building. Festivities commenced on Cinco de Mayo when the strumming of mariachi music echoed in the freshly painted halls. On move in day, AMOCO provided breakfast and lunch from Luna’s Mexican Restaurant for the city employees to enjoy while being serenaded by Mariachi TradiciÓn de Jalisco.

On May 15th, the city hall building was officially named the Don C. Matter Municipal Building in honor of former council member and mayor, Don Matter. Over 100 city officials, residents and neighboring businesses were present to witness the dedication ceremony.

The building will be occupied by administrative offices as well as the AMOCO micro-branch. The micro-branch, despite its name, is a full service branch and it made its debut on Thursday, May 29, 2014 right after the joint cutting ceremony. Shannon Curtis, Financial Service Officer (FSO), will be AMOCO’s representative for the micro-branch.

AMOCO Federal Credit Union is a member-owned cooperative organization. AMOCO’s mission is: To Serve and Satisfy Our Members, and has done just that for more than 76 years. AMOCO strives to provide the best products and services available to its members by offering low loan rates and little to no fees. For more information, please contact Kevin Venable at 281-534-5509 or

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