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San Diego County Credit Union opens Mission Valley branch

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San Diego County Credit Union recently hosted a successful grand opening of its new branch in Mission Valley. The new branch is located at 2245 Fenton Parkway, Suite 107, in the Fenton Marketplace, just west of Qualcomm Stadium. The new SDCCU branch offers an ATM, safe deposit boxes and convenient hours. The branch is open Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All Mission Valley residents and business owners are invited to visit the new branch soon.
Tammy Burreece, SDCCU Mission Valley branch manager, welcomed hundreds of people who attended the day-long grand opening festivities. A ribbon-cutting ceremony featured remarks from San Diego County Supervisor Ron Roberts and Chet Barfield from the office of San Diego City Council member Donna Frye. Barfield presented a proclamation after the ribbon cutting.
Also participating in the ribbon cutting was Irene Oberbauer, San Diego County Credit Union president and CEO, and Chuck White, secretary/treasurer of the SDCCU board of directors. Other SDCCU board members who attended included John Sauvajot, Steve Reuel, Peggyanne Smith and Supervisory Committee Member Patricia Honeycutt. Robin Senne, Miss San Diego 2009, also was there, along with Patricia Moore, San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce member relations manager, and a number of San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors.
Among the highlights of the grand opening was an appearance by two members of the Charger Girls, the official dance team of the San Diego Chargers, and Heath Bell, San Diego Padres relief pitcher and a 2009 National League All-Star.
“We are extremely excited to open a branch office in Mission Valley and we look forward to continuing to serve the needs of our members in San Diego,” said Oberbauer.

San Diego County Credit Union is a full-service financial institution. Anyone who lives or works in San Diego, Riverside and Orange counties is welcome to open an account. SDCCU offers checking accounts with direct deposit, no-fee credit cards, certificates, money market accounts, car loans, home loans, home equity lines and much more.
San Diego County Credit Union is the largest locally based financial institution, serving a diverse membership of over 200,000. It has assets over $4.7 billion and 27 branches located in San Diego, Riverside and Orange counties. Visit sdccu.com for more information.z

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