The Greater Wayne Community Federal Credit Union (GWC) celebrated the Grand Opening of their new branch location in Doylestown on July 1 with an official ribbon cutting coordinated by the Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber president, Lori Reinbolt, welcomed attendees and congratulated GWC on opening a new location during the pandemic.
Reinbolt introduced Kayla Atchison, community liaison for Congressman Anthony Gonzalez. Atchison presented a certificate of commendation on behalf of the Congressman and acknowledged the important role of federal credit unions.
Big scissors in hand, Mathew Stuart, CEO, had the honor of snipping the ribbon in front of the credit union, 85 N Main, flanked by Doylestown Branch Manager Pam Blubaugh and Kim Futo, CFO.
GWC officially merged with Morton Salt Credit Union on March 1. The merger reduced overall costs, provided access to additional products and services, and provided members with an additional full-service location in Doylestown.
The Doylestown location opened May 4.
GWC is a community chartered credit union serving Wayne County (OH) since 1941. A full service financial institution ,GWC offers services from Savings Accounts and Certificates of Deposit, to Checking Accounts, Mobile Banking, Loans, and Credit Cards. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Wayne County. Immediate family members of current members are also eligible for membership
The Doylestown branch provides additional convenience to GWC members with drive thru and lobby hours six days a week, closed Sunday.