Spring 2021

More than a Credit Union

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

DCCU President/CEO Steve F. ElkinsOn the surface, DCCU looks like many other financial institutions. But when you look deeper, you see the many ways our cooperative is different. DCCU offers more to our members by adding value to an already competitive suite of products and through the consultative, individualized service we provide to each member.

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Navigating the Paycheck Protection Program

Bob Rhett standing in front of Village Pizza Too

The pandemic has been a serious threat to small businesses, and restaurants have been hit especially hard. The Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), a forgivable loan program that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the pandemic, was a welcomed lifeline to many, including local pizzeria owner, Bob Rhett.

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2020 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 2020. Even in the midst of a pandemic, we demonstrated our continued commitment to the membership and our community. These highlights reflect some of the ways we deliver value to our members and help make a difference in our community.

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Board of Directors News & Updates

Everett J. Campbell, Jr.
Marvin G. Copeland
Janet P. Mangun

Congratulations to Chairman Everett J. Campbell, Director Marvin G. Copeland, and Associate Director Janet P. Mangun on their election to DCCU’s Board of Directors, as announced at DCCU’s Virtual Annual Meeting on March 30, 2021. Mr. Campbell and Mr. Copeland were elected to serve three-year terms, and Mrs. Mangun will serve a one year term, the last year of former Director Les Ramsey’s term. Nominations will be accepted June 1, 2021 through June 30, 2021 for positions opening in 2022.

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Spring Shred Days Coming Soon

DCCU Employee pouring documents into bin

Stop by a DCCU branch between 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. to have your documents securely shredded for free. Participants are asked to bring non-perishable food items or a monetary donation to benefit the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.

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Giving Back to Our Members and the Community

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 rates that help families and local businesses meet their needs. Giving back doesn't stop with our members. We do our part to make our community better through financial education, scholarships, sponsorships, and donations.

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Employee Spotlight: January 1, 2021 - March 31, 2021

25 Years of Service
Cheyenne Bridge
Heather May

20 Years of Service 
Denna Baraclough
Sandy Griffin

5 Years of Service
Anyi Barahona-Gonzalez
Andrea Mandeville
Diego Osorio

Jodie Bishop, HR Generalist
Victoria Coffey, HR Generalist
Ricky Dimitt, Application Support Analyst
Tonya Eavey, QA Specialist
Dakota Frazier, Senior Credit Clerk

Sandy Griffin, Lead Staff Development Specialist
Nick Martino, Commercial Advisor
Josh Trombley, Director of Information Security
Peyton Wright, Senior Commercial Advisor

By the Numbers

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

February 28, 2021
Assets - $1,587,493,934
Savings - $1,420,760,376
Loans - $945,703,802
Members - 111,560

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