Town & Country Credit Union holds ribbon-cutting ceremony for West Fargo location
Town & Country Credit Union opened a new branch on Monday, May 21, and had a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, June 13, at 3342 Sheyenne Street in the Eagle Run development of West Fargo.
This location is the credit union's sixth branch in the metro and the second in West Fargo. Jeremiah Kossen, President/CEO of Town & Country Credit Union and the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce, hosted the event at Town & Country's newest branch and 11th location. The new full service branch includes on-site lenders as well as a drive-thru and a drive-up ATM.
Town & Country Credit Union, a member-owned financial cooperative specializing in consumer, mortgage, agriculture and business lending, was founded in 1939 and now has 11 locations in North Dakota. Membership is open to those living within 75 miles of Minot and 50 miles of Fargo or Kenmare.
Town & Country Credit Union hired a team for the Eagle Run location, including Christine Huff as the branch manager. Huff has 14 years of banking experience in the metro area focusing on retail, marketing, lending and operations. Huff holds a business administration degree from National American University in Rapid City, S.D.
Amber Andersen was hired as the assistant branch manager. She will assist the branch manager with overall branch operations and supervising the member service representatives. Andersen has six years of banking and customer service experience and holds a business administration degree from the Minnesota School of Business. MaKenna Kaiser was promoted to lead member services representative and will be the face behind the teller line providing service on a day-to-day basis and managing complex transactions. Kaiser has a bachelor's degree from Minnesota State Moorhead and joined Town & Country in September 2017.
"Our goal is to offer the best experience possible to our members, and one of the ways we can do that is by making it convenient for them to stop in and conduct their business right in their neighborhood," Kossen said in a press release. "We're looking forward to being a part of the Eagle Run area and getting to know our new neighbors."