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CREDIT UNION OPENS BRANCH IN KLAMATH Print E-mail
October 27, 2006 11:00 pm

KLAMATH, CALIF. – A ribbon cutting was held Monday, Oct. 23, at the newest branch of Chetco Federal Credit Union on the second floor of the Yurok Tribe Headquarters building in Klamath, Calif.

Stan Baron, President/CEO of Chetco Federal Credit Union welcomed everyone to the ribbon cutting ceremony stating, "We are proud to add Klamath to our CFCU family of branches and especially honored to welcome the good people of the Yurok Tribe."

Together, Howard McConnell, chairman of the Yurok Tribal Council, Doris Timm, Yurok finance director and John Zia, chairman of the Board of Directors of Chetco Federal Credit Union, performed the ribbon cutting.

"This is a great step for the Klamath Tribe," said McConnell. Holding the ribbon was Tammy Dahl, the CFCU Klamath branch manager and Judy May-Lopez, CFCU AVP/Marketing.

The new CFCU Klamath branch is full-service and open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to serve the general public. The branch is located on the second floor of the Yurok Tribe Headquarters, at 190 Klamath Blvd. in Klamath.

Residents of Del Norte, Curry and Coos counties can enjoy the benefits of CFCU membership with financial services ranging from basic savings and checking to money markets and Individual Retirement Accounts to consumer loans, real estate loans and commercial loans.

 

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