Winter 2020

The Importance of Member Involvement

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

DCCU President/CEO Steve F. ElkinsOne of the things that makes DCCU unique is the way we encourage involvement from our members. As a cooperative, our members are also our owners and have a say in how our credit union is run. It is important for you to exercise your vote, get involved in credit union activities, and provide feedback as often as you can. 

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Your Partner on the Path to Homeownership

DCCU Mortgage Advisor consulting potential home buyerBuying a home is often considered a big part of the American Dream. For some, the path to homeownership is smooth, but for others, a little more guidance and effort is required. That was the case for Sam and Sarah who partnered with DCCU Mortgage Advisor Diana Sample on their journey.

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Making a Difference Through Volunteering

DCCU employee pushing a wheelbarrow of hayAs a credit union, concern for community is one of our most important principles. In addition to the products and services we offer our members, volunteering is another way we give back to the entire community. Throughout the year, we proactively reach out to organizations looking for ways we can help.

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DCCU Shred Days Help Fight Hunger

DCCU employees collecting canned food donations

While shred events are becoming more common, DCCU differentiates itself by asking participants to bring a food or monetary donation for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. In 2019 our food and monetary donation totals surpassed previous years.

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2020 Scholarship Contest

Female college student holding booksDCCU is committed to helping students achieve their higher education goals and will offer thirty-two $1,000 scholarships in a variety of categories. The deadline to apply is March 9, 2020. View contest details and apply today.

Free Workshop: Preparing for Retirement

Middle aged couple walking through cityAttend a free workshop given by Member Investment Services on preparing for retirement.

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Employee Spotlight: October 1, 2019 - December 31, 2019

20 Years of Service
Contina Hill

15 Years of Service 
Steve Pittman
Bridget Wood

5 Years of Service
Stephanie Coiner
Stephanie Crespo
Jennifer Dull
Hani Harlow
Whit Sours

Courtney Bean, Credit Underwriter
Brittany Davis, Assistant Service Center Manager

2019 Retirements
34 Years - Donna Sandridge
33 Years - Shane Showker
22 Years - Linda Parr
21 Years - Linda Pittman 
15 Years - Martha Alexander
15 Years - Debbie Beverage

By the Numbers

November 30, 2018
Assets - $1,189,412,833
Savings - $1,031,029,689
Loans - $912,685,068
Members - 99,118

November 30, 2019
Assets - $1,273,008,402
Savings - $1,114,032,532
Loans - $928,826,396
Members - 105,174

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