C1st Announces 2021 Opening of New Branch Location in Osceola
posted on Thursday, April 30, 2020 in Announcements
Community 1st Credit Union is pleased to announce plans for the 2021 opening of a new branch facility in Osceola.
The C1st branch will be located at 714 W. McLane St. at the southwest corner of W. McLane (Hwy. 34) and S. Dearborn. A more than 2-acre site has been purchased to construct a 3,500-to-4,000 square-foot branch that will provide full-service banking and drive-through access.
Osceola will become the credit union’s 18th branch serving 15 communities in Iowa. Current branches are in Albia, Bloomfield, Cedar Rapids, Centerville, Chariton, Fairfield, Grinnell, Indianola, Knoxville, Mount Pleasant, Oskaloosa, Ottumwa, Pella and Washington.
“It’s an ideal location,” said C1st President and CEO Greg Hanshaw. “We will be the first credit union in Osceola and we look forward to fulfilling the credit union philosophy of ‘people helping people’ in Osceola and Clarke County.”
The credit union is a not-for-profit, financial cooperative. Earnings are returned to members in higher savings rates, better services and lower borrowing rates, ensuring they get the best value for their membership.
“Osceola is a wonderful town, very similar to other communities C1st serves,” added Hanshaw. “We take great pride in being connected to our communities and we fully intend to be a financial partner actively promoting Osceola and all of Clarke County.”
Headquartered in Ottumwa, C1st was established in 1936 and serves over 60,000 members. The credit union has 250 employees and more than $780 million in assets.