Spring 2020

The Value of Being Part of a Cooperative

A message from DCCU's President/CEO Steve F. Elkins

DCCU President/CEO Steve F. ElkinsDuring these challenging times, we want you to know that we are here for you. As a cooperative, DCCU offers an experience that is different from other financial institutions. We put you first. Our structure allows us to be nimble as we help improve the financial health of our members and deliver personal service while maintaining long-term relevance and stability.

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Giving Back to Our Members and the Community

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At DCCU, giving back to our members and community is a big part of who we are as a cooperative. Because our members come first, we are committed to offering competitive loan and dividend rates that help families and local businesses meet their needs.  Giving back doesn't stop with our members. We also support our community through sponsorships, events, donations, and volunteering.

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2019 Chairman's Report

DCCU Board of Directors Chairman, Everett Campbell, Jr.

By Everett J. Campbell, Jr., Chairman of the DCCU Board of Directors

DCCU experienced another positive year in 2019 as we demonstrated our commitment to the membership and our community. Our products and services continue to be two of the most significant ways that we give back value to our membership.

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Board of Directors News & Updates

Drew Ellen Gogian
Q. Maurice Gresham
Marvin G. Copeland

Congratulations to Drew Ellen Gogian and Q. Maurice Gresham on their election to DCCU’s Board of Directors. Both volunteers will serve as Director for a three-year term. Associate Director, Marvin G. Copeland, Jr. has been appointed to serve as Director, filling the recent vacancy due to Leslie E. Ramsey’s resignation. Marvin will serve in the role of Director until the 2021 election.

The Governance Committee will begin accepting applications for volunteer positions in July. 

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Member Financial Assistance

DCCU cares about the health and financial wellness of our members. We’ve compiled a list of financial assistance options for members who may be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Learn more about our financial assistance options

Managing Your Accounts Remotely

Because our branches are drive-thru only at this time, it is important that you are able to manage your accounts conveniently. Our remote and digital services allow you to conduct your normal transactions without visiting a branch. 

Learn more about our digital and remote services

Employee Spotlight: January 1, 2020 - March 31, 2020

30 Years of Service
Sarah Landram

20 Years of Service 
Kim Cullen

15 Years of Service
Pam Adams
Amanda Lightner

5 Years of Service
Kyle Scaife

Trish Benson, Solutions Specialist
Jessica Hanger, Account Payable Administrator
Regan Harris, Fraud Analyst
Caleb Shifflett, Assistant Branch Manager

By the Numbers

February 28, 2019
Assets - $1,198,617,953
Savings - $1,048,707,553
Loans - $917,056,998
Members - 100,718

February 29, 2020
Assets - $1,325,835,266
Savings - $1,163,207,937
Loans - $929,416,110
Members - 106,656

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