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First Service CU Sharing 2015 Success with Members
Thursday, January 7, 2016 6:50 AM

Banking at First Service Credit Union pays off with more than just great rates and outstanding service. The financial institution has given its 55,000 members a portion of its earnings from 2015.

Every member in good standing at First Service is eligible for a special patronage dividend. Each member's portion of the credit union's earnings dividend was based on the number of financial products and services they used in the past year. Some members received as much as $900. In all, First Service has shared some $300,000 with members, with the money automatically deposited into their account on Dec. 31.

First Service offers a full suite of financial products and services to help its members manage their money. From free checking to auto and mortgage lending, members of First Service have access to all of the same great financial resources found at a national bank.

“Unlike banks, we are a cooperatively owned financial institution that exists solely for our member-owners,” said Dave Bleazard, president of First Service Credit Union. “It is because of our members’ loyalty we’ve been experiencing dramatic year-over-year growth in assets. The patronage dividend allows us to give back to our members part of the profits they helped us generate.”

Bleazard added, “We exist to serve and financially empower our members. This is just a small way we can thank members for their support.”

About First Service Credit Union

First Service Credit Union provides financial services that enhance its members' lives. It has 12 full-service branches in the Houston metropolitan area, along with three company client-specific branches. It was founded in 1977 by employees of a premier engineering, procurement, construction and services company, and is now community chartered to serve members in the Houston area. For more information, visit