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May 7th, 2019 News

ETFCU building new Liberty Financial mortgage office in Owensboro

Liberty Financial, a Division of ETFCU, will expand its presence in Owensboro, Kentucky, with a new mortgage office currently under construction on Wimsatt Court. The new Liberty Financial facility, with an anticipated opening in the fall of 2019, will be located near the existing Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union full-service branch at 2930 Wimsatt Court. […]

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May 2nd, 2019 News

Join us for our Louisville Area Grand Opening May 13-17

Join us for fun and prizes at our Louisville-area grand opening May 13-17. The credit union has two new Liberty Financial locations in Louisville: North Hurstbourne located at 1200 Forest Bridge Road St. Matthews located at 4220 Shelbyville Road You’ll enjoy attendance gifts and your chance to win door prizes, including: 55″ Smart TV 32 GB 6th […]

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May 2nd, 2019 News

Join us for our Bowling Green Office Grand Opening May 6-10

Join us for fun and prizes at our Bowling Green Office grand opening May 6-10. The credit union’s new Liberty Financial Bowling Green Office is located at 544 Lovers Lane. You’ll enjoy attendance gifts and your chance to win door prizes, including: 55″ Smart TV 32 GB 6th Gen iPad Gift cards to local restaurants

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April 11th, 2019 Community News

ETFCU’s second Habitat for Humanity Home Build has started

ETFCU is proud to announce that our second Habitat for Humanity Home Build began in April at 307 S Grand Ave. in Evansville. In January 2018, ETFCU implemented a monetary commitment to Habitat for each new Vertical or Platinum Rewards Checking account opened. This will be the second fully funded Habitat home since that time. […]

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March 29th, 2019 News

ETFCU awards ten $5,000 Ted Hitch Scholarships

Ten area high school seniors earned $5,000 awards through the Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union Ted Hitch Scholarship program. The students, selected from a competitive group of 99 applicants, will be honored on April 28. This year’s recipients: Brenden Bittner, Gibson Southern High School Nate Flamion, Harrison High School Madisyn Grigsby, Central High School Andrew […]

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March 26th, 2019 Community News

Join the fun at ETFCU Member Appreciation Day 2019

Lunch is on us when you join the fun at ETFCU Member Appreciation Day! Enjoy complimentary hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, beverages and sweet treats from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at each event – rain or shine! June 7: Vincennes June 14: Main Office June 21: Princeton June 28: Henderson July 19: Owensboro July 26: […]

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March 26th, 2019 News

ETFCU CEO joins Fed advisory council

The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis appointed Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union President and CEO Bill Schirmer to its Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council for a three-year term starting in 2019. The council was established by the St. Louis Fed in 2011 and is comprised of 12 executives of financial institutions headquartered across the […]

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March 20th, 2019 News

Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union elects board members, sets records

Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union members re-elected four members to their volunteer board of directors, with the announcement coming at the credit union’s annual meeting on Tuesday, March 19, at Evansville’s DoubleTree by Hilton, where another record-setting year was celebrated. Re-elected to the board were Pam Blessing, Andy Guarino, Mike Russ and Harold Smith. Blessing, […]

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December 27th, 2018 News

Evansville Teachers FCU opens branch in Bowling Green, Kentucky

Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union continued its impressive growth trajectory with the opening of a full-service office in Bowling Green, Kentucky on Friday, December 28. ETFCU President and CEO Bill Schirmer, along with the credit union’s Board of Directors, noted that with 2,000 members already living in the Bowling Green area, opening a full-service branch […]

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