TDECU honored by the Texas Association of School Boards and Hallettsville ISD for its commitment to education

LAKE JACKSON, TX (October 28, 2015) — Serving and helping others is in TDECU’s DNA, so when TDECU’s Hallettsville Member Center, led by Manager Jo Beth Tieken, was recognized by Mike Rains, Division Director for the Texas Association of School Boards, at the annual Hallettsville ISD Bell Awards, it was an honor to its 60-year heritage. The awards are held annuallyto give 10 senior students the opportunity to thank a teacher who has impacted their life in a positive way.  HallettsvilleISD Superintendent  Dr. Jo Ann Bludau thanked TDECU for its strong support of the school district and the community, citing the numerous ways TDECU assists the district throughout the year; from sponsoring the Bell Awards annually to hosting a back-to-school lunch for teachers to presenting educational programs in the schools. TDECU is proud to support education initiatives across the state which improve the lives of community members.


Pictured (L-R): Hallettsville ISD Superintendent  Dr. Jo Ann Bludau; Mike Rains, Division Director for the Texas Association of School Boards; Lucilla Henderson, TDECU Vice President Community Relations and Business Development; TDECU Hallettsville Member Center Manager Jo Beth Tieken.


Founded in 1955, TDECU is a not-for-profit financial cooperative with more than 350,000 Members and over $4 billion in assets. TDECU currently has 35 Member Centers, and offers a complete selection of convenient, innovative, and competitive products and services, including a full suite of deposit products as well as mortgage, auto and personal loan products, online and mobile banking. TDECU also offers, through its subsidiaries, retirement planning and wealth management, personal and business insurance products. Members can also access a worldwide network of over 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs. For more information visit or call (800) 839-1154.


Merideth Miller


Janet Cesarini, TDECU

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