Security Service credit union opens Payson branch and donates to veterans home
Security Service Federal Credit Union marked the opening of its new branch in Payson with a $3,000 donation to the Central Utah Veterans Home. “We have a strong military foundation,” said Mike Chapman, executive vice president and COO.
“It seemed only fitting when dedicating this new branch that we honor the men and women who have dedicated their lives to our country.”
Security Service has been a part of the Payson community for several years and decided to relocate the branch to a freestanding location to better serve its members. The credit union strives to help make a difference not only in the lives of its members but also in the communities it serves.
Community leaders were on hand for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony. The new freestanding branch will provide members easier access to service with two drive-through lanes and 2,200 square feet of interior space including private member service offices.
“Our members appreciate having a private office to go to and discuss their personal financial information,” said Greg Reed, vice president of the Mountain West Region. “On the other hand, they love the convenience of keeping the family in the car and using the drive-through for their transactions.”
In addition to the ribbon-cutting ceremony, members were treated to an appreciation event. The new branch is located at 1322 Turf Farm Way, Payson. Learn more at www.ssfcu.org or call 1-800-52-SSFCU.