Maryland Heights

1805 Craigshire Road
Maryland Heights, MO 63146

Wildwood

16500 Manchester Road
Wildwood, MO 63040

Manchester (Lafayette Center)

407 Lafayette Center Road
Manchester, MO 63011

South County (Tesson Ferry)

12400 Tesson Ferry Road
St. Louis, MO 63128

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Electro Savings Credit Union Posts

Mental Health, Physical Health, & Financial Health.

Author: Jim Struble

I haven’t been great at keeping up on my blog these last few weeks, as they have been very busy! I’ve been to Kansas City (Q39 BBQ is absolutely amazing by the way), Texas, New York, and in between all of that travel we held our strategic planning session for 2019 with the Board, Senior Management, and Branch Managers. Each of those mentioned is a blog topic in itself… but I’m going to focus in on the Kansas City trip, as it ties in nicely with much happening here at Electro this month. I was in Kansas City to meet

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The Counselor’s Corner – Episode 1

Author: Justin McCain

By Danielle Humphrey , Electro Savings Loan Counselor   As a mom of a six-year-old and a six-month-old, I am always looking for relief; something or someone to help take the load off. I find myself counting down the minutes until my husband gets home, or looking for the closest parking spot at the grocery store so that I don’t have to drag my 24 lb baby a long distance before finding a cart to throw him in! Just kidding, I always sanitize the cart first (haha!).  But, as a Loan Counselor, one question that we must often ask ourselves

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Meet Sarah Hulsey, One Of Our Assistant Branch Managers

Author: Justin McCain

Sarah Hulsey, the assistant branch manager for Electro Savings Credit Union’s Maryland Heights office, was destined for a career in education. She’s a Mizzou grad (M-I-Z- Go Tigers!) certified to teach Secondary Education, and four years ago, Sarah needed a temporary job until she could find a teaching position.   Enter Electro Savings Credit Union: Sarah started with us as a teller, but her love for knowledge became apparent quickly, and she was promoted within six months. She was soon promoted again to her current position. “I still have a lot to learn, but I try to go out of

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Our School Supply Drive Helped Donate to Over 50 Local Teachers

Author: Justin McCain

Everyone has at least one teacher who has inspired them over the years. Electro Savings Credit Union values all the teachers who work each day to inspire their students. To celebrate those hardworking educators, Electro Savings Credit Union donated over $30,000 in school supplies to area teachers to support their students. The proceeds came from Electro Savings Credit Union’s Third Annual Back-To-School Supply Drive. The credit union extends its gratitude to all its employees, volunteers and members who donated, including an anonymous credit union member who donated a large truck-full of supplies!   Teachers visited the credit union’s Maryland Heights

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How to Get Married Without Breaking the Bank (Part 2 of 2)

Author: Justin McCain

If you were here with us last week, we got started on our path towards Wedded Bliss with our First two MASSIVE Steps that you can take to prepare to Wedding Plan without breaking the bank.  But maybe you’re also looking for some more practical ways to save on the Big Day without all of the steps and research.  No worries!!  We’ve got you covered.  If you are ready to have the wedding of your dreams AND do so without going into massive debt, I’m here to tell you that YOU CAN!  Check out how with Steps 3-6 in our

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Meeting our Members

Author: Jim Struble

As promised in a video during my first week at Electro, I am out and about meeting members and we are setting dates for either coffee or ice-cream with members in our branches. My first event took place at one of the local companies we have a very close relationship with, Maritz! Laura (our Community Development and Relations Representative) and I set up a table in their café and spent a couple hours chatting with members and potential members. Those two hours FLEW by! I learned quite a bit in that time. One is that we are absolutely LOVED by

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Investing in our Electro Family

Author: Jim Struble

You may have noticed some changes in our Certificate rates over the last few weeks. We positioned ourselves at, or near, the top of the market… and if you have had a Certificate nearing roll-over you have also experienced our team reaching out to you with some “wow” service to get you in a better rate asap! In the near future, you will see even more eye-popping products from your credit union. 2019 will be a great year for our membership. Behind the scenes, we are investing in our Electro family too! If you were impacted by our late open

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How to Get Married Without Breaking the Bank (Part 1 of 2)

Author: Justin McCain

If you or someone in your family is currently engaged, or planning their upcoming big day, then you have probably already heard that August,  September and October are the biggest Wedding Months of the year.  What I did not know, however, was that these were also the biggest  months of the year for personal loans (most likely to be used on weddings) according to LendingPoint.  As a newlywed myself, less than 90 days into my own marriage, I found myself looking over the past 13 months, how my now wife & I actually paid for our wedding in June 2018

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“Customer Service” versus “Member Service”…Demand More

Author: Jim Struble

Since becoming part of the Electro Family a month ago, I have been traveling quite a bit. My wife and kids are still in New York as we try to sell our home before they move to Saint Louis to join me. It’s a stressful time in my life waiting for that call from our realtor that we have an offer on the home! With a slow market where our home is, I may still have many travel days in front of me to spend time with my family on weekends that are feasible to do so. I encounter all

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An “Interesting” First Impression

Author: Jim Struble

First impressions are everything. This last week I made one I was very proud of, though it was a little embarrassing: On Thursday, I got a chance to meet our key contact with our core system (the system Electro employees are typing into whenever you stop in to see us). I am still the ‘new guy’ here and need to grasp how everything fits together system-wise, plus I need to have a basic working knowledge of these systems so I can ask the right questions and follow along with improvements our team is looking to make. All-in-all, an important meeting

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