Left to right: Brittany Sevier, Teller/Financial Services Representative Senior; Diane McDonald, Branch Manager; Janice Johansen, Teller/FSR Senior; Manju Kaul, Teller/FSR
For 33 years Livermore members of SLFCU were served by just one branch, located near Sandia National Laboratories’ Livermore site. After the events of September 11, 2001, access to the area was restricted and, as a result, many members were no longer able to visit the Credit Union.
The downtown branch was opened in 2003 to provide a convenient and accessible location. Today the Livermore Downtown branch has four employees, and they’re quick to praise the benefits of the location.
“Working in the heart of beautiful downtown Livermore keeps you in touch with the community,” says Janice Johansen, Teller/Financial Services Representative (FSR) Senior. “The branch is also accessible to family members and retirees of Sandia National Laboratories. This helps us build lasting relationships with our members and their families.”
“The atmosphere of our branch is very friendly and welcoming,” says Teller/FSR Senior Brittany Sevier. “The close and caring relationships we have with our members make working here a great experience.”
Branch Manager Diane McDonald agrees that the members who visit the branch are like family. When it comes to recommending SLFCU services to members, she touts the benefits of our auto loans. “With our great rates and long term financing, members are able to purchase a new or used vehicle or refinance their auto to consolidate credit cards and other loans for a better rate and a more comfortable payment plan.”
Teller/FSR Manju Kaul recommends SLFCU’s credit cards for their low interest rates and the ability to earn a rebate on some cards. Brittany agrees, saying, “I like recommending our credit cards to our younger members who want to build credit. Unlike other credit card companies, SLFCU credit cards are designed with the member’s best interest in mind.”
Visit the Livermore Downtown branch at 39 South Livermore Avenue, Suite 101.
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