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 or call 1-800-52-SS­FCU.

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