Credit union plans branch


Courtesy Kellogg Community Credit Union

A credit union is planning to open a new branch in the area this fall.

Battle Creek-based Kellogg Community Credit Union, or KCCU, will open a newly built branch in Wyoming, at 2270 Gezon Pkwy. SW, in October, according to the organization this week.

It will be just around the corner from an existing KCCU branch located in Metro Health Village.

The new branch will offer a range of services: daily banking, checking and loan services; mortgages; investment services; commercial accounts, including lending; drive-thru service; and a 24-hour drive-up ATM.

“The city of Wyoming has been so gracious in welcoming us into the community since we opened our branch here a little over a year ago,” said Tracy Miller, CEO, KCCU.

“We are excited to be investing in the community and building a brand-new branch in the Metro Health Village. We are grateful for the relationships we have made and look forward to serving our existing members, as well as new members and businesses in our beautiful new building. We encourage the community to stop in and see us when we open.”

Firms on the project

Integrated Architecture is the project’s architect.

Rockford Construction is the general contractor on the project.

Custer is supplying furnishings for the branch.

Kellogg Community Credit Union

Founded in 1941, Kellogg Community Credit Union offers personal and business banking services.

It serves over 42,000 members in Battle Creek, Marshall, Kalamazoo, Portage, Grand Rapids and Three Rivers.

KCCU reported $590 million in assets as of Aug. 14.

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