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Neighborhood CU Promises to be Good Neighbor to Coppell Families
Monday, September 30, 2013 6:35 AM

Neighborhood CU Coppell Branch

The oldest credit union in Dallas cut the ribbon on its newest location in Coppell last week. The new Neighborhood CU branch received a warm welcome from Coppell elected officials, Chamber of Commerce and community leaders, and nearby business owners as it officially made its debut into the community.

“We are here because we believe in the Coppell community,” said Chet Kimmell, president and CEO of Neighborhood CU. “From its humble beginnings as a small farming community, to today’s Coppell, where families cherish great schools and neighborhoods, and where businesses flock for the strong workforce and convenience to DFW, Coppell is right where we want to be.”

The Neighborhood Credit Union team was joined by Coppell Mayor Karen Hunt, State Rep. Bennett Ratliff (R-Coppell), Coppell Chamber of Commerce President Kristi Valentine and Chairman of the Board Cliff Long, as well as numerous chamber members and staff.

Neighborhood CU’s Walter Stanley has been named manager of the new Coppell branch. Although the credit union officially opened its doors last week, Valentine noted that Stanley has already jumped feet first into the Coppell community, recently participating in the annual “Biz Walk through Coppell,” where he joined her in personally visiting with a number of local businesses.

After giving Neighborhood Credit Union a warm welcome to the Coppell community, Mayor Hunt, who also serves on the Chamber Board of Directors, presented Kimmell with the official Coppell Chamber membership plaque. “We take great pride in our Coppell community, where businesses lend a hand to one another,” said Mayor Hunt. “We welcome you to the Coppell family.”