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Maryland Heights, MO 63146

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Wildwood, MO 63040

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Manchester, MO 63011

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St. Louis, MO 63128

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Electro Savings Credit Union Posts

Holiday Party Toy Drive Supports Alissa’Hope

Author: Lisa Farnen

Everyone had a great time celebrating the holidays this weekend as our team and credit union volunteers gathered with our families. A big THANK YOU to all who brought toy and blanket donations for an amazing organization Alissa’s Hope to distribute to kids who have to spend the holidays in the hospital. Alissa Nicks is a Maryland Heights resident who was diagnosed with breast cancer in the year 2000 at the young age of 17. Around that time, she was introduced to another breast cancer survivor, Gwen, who became her friend and mentor. In 2008, Gwen passed away from her 7th re-occurrence

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Saint Louis FC Corner Kicks Score $1,000 for St. Louis Scott Gallagher Foundation

Author: Lisa Farnen

No matter the score, kids in the St. Louis area won every time the Saint Louis FC scored a goal off a corner kick during their 2018 season. That’s because Electro Savings donated $100 for every goal scored off a corner kick to the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Foundation. The foundation improves soccer facilities throughout the area and provides equipment for youth soccer activities. We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with the Saint Louis FC and Scott Gallagher Foundation, said Jim Struble, President and CEO of Electro Savings Credit Union. Their philosophy of helping youth win in life

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Tips To Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Author: Lisa Farnen

Chances are, you or someone you know has had their identity stolen at one point or another. With the latest news of a data breach at Marriott, it’s not a matter of if , but when and how to protect yourself. Identity theft can be expensive, stressful and extremely complicated to recover from. Here are eight ways to help protect yourself and your most important data from identity thieves. 1. Secure Your Hardcopies Most of us think of identity theft as a digital crime, but many thieves are just as eager to get their hands on your paper documents. While

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Thanksgiving Dinners for Veterans

Author: Lisa Farnen

To thank those that have given us so much this Thanksgiving, Electro Savings employees purchased Thanksgiving dinners for four Veterans and their families. Mike LeBlanc, local Veterans Services Officer and Commander of the 10th District of the American Legion choose four deserving Veterans and their families to receive turkeys with all the trimmings. Plus each Veteran received a $25 gift card to buy any extras they might need to complete their Family Thanksgiving Dinner. Additionally, Jannette Neeley owner of Nothing Bundt Cakes in Town and Country Lamp & Lantern Plaza graciously provided a Bundtlett 2-Tier Cake Tower with a $40

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Your Credit Union has your back.

Author: Jim Struble

This last month was full of sad and horrific news headlines, all too real for so many across the nation. Embedded in those stories you read about hurricanes, shootings, and more are real families who are impacted immeasurably. For many it may make you feel helpless as you hear of the destruction at a community or personal level. Not connected to the headlines are local families going through tough times of their own. Financial difficulties leading to bankruptcies, missed payments, and hard decisions impacting quality of life all are a regular part of our fabric of life. With all that

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All You Need To Know About Buying A Used Car

Author: Justin McCain

Very few purchases are more intimidating for shoppers than Used-Car Sales. It’s almost a cliché: A seemingly clueless buyer drives off a car lot with a total lemon, only to learn how much they forgot to check on their new investment later.  When done properly, buying a previously owned vehicle can be a great way to save big on one of your most valuable possessions.  If you’re shopping for an amazing deal on wheels during the October/November car-shopping season, you want to be that buyer who walks home thrilled with their new car.  Follow the 9 steps below for a smoother ride!

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How To Prepare Your Home For Winter

Author: Justin McCain

As the fall leaves begin piling, and as temps begin their initial descent, most homeowners are also finding ways to prepare their homes for the upcoming Cold Season.  When thinking of what steps YOU can take to prepare your home for winter this year, we have several steps you can take!  Follow this comprehensive to-do list to keep your assets safe and warm before the real cold sets in this year. 1. Seal your home Give your home a quick run-through, checking for drafts. You can do this by holding a lit candle near the following areas: Windows Doors Vents and

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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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