(ELLETTSVILLE) – Hoosier Hills Credit Union (HHCU) plans to expand into Monroe County with a Service Center to be built on land the Credit Union recently purchased along State Highway 46 in Ellettsville.
Site preparation will begin by mid-June, so passers-by will see activity on the site very soon. Building plans are in the beginning stages, with start and completion dates yet to be determined.
The Service Center, which will be HHCU’s ninth location, will offer a full range of financial services to members. Anyone who lives or works in Monroe County or surrounding counties is eligible to do business with Hoosier Hills Credit Union. Located at 3590 W. State Road 46 – at the corner of Highway 46 and Centennial Drive in Ellettsville – the new facility will house the full-time office of Vice President of Commercial Services Debbie Reynolds.
In addition to Reynolds providing commercial lending services, HHCU’s new Service Center will offer vehicle and other personal loans, as well as HHCU mortgage loans and insurance and investment products.
Hoosier Hills Credit Union also offers a full array of checking and deposit services, both for personal and business accounts. The Service Center will have three drive-up lanes, plus a lane for 24-hour ATM access.
“We are very excited to establish a Hoosier Hills Credit Union presence in the Ellettsville and greater Monroe County area,” said Travis Markley, HHCU President and CEO. “Ellettsville will be an excellent fit with our current Southern Indiana locations. We focus on improving the lives of our members by providing the financial services they need, and by being active supporters of the communities where our members live and work.” He added, “Our staff is excited to bring the same level of caring and service we already provide to our current members. We’re making a significant investment in the community, and as we get closer to opening we will be hiring service-driven professionals from the Ellettsville and Monroe County area to assist our members. We’re looking forward to opening this new Service Center.”