Honor Celebrates Berrien Springs Member Center Groundbreaking
BERRIEN SPRINGS, MI – October 27, 2020 – Even a rainy forecast could not stop Honor Credit Union from officially breaking ground on its new facility at 8952 Old US in Berrien Springs on Friday, October 23. Huddled under canopies and umbrellas, Honor team members were joined by guest speakers, Rob Cleveland, President and CEO of Cornerstone Alliance, and Mike Hildebrand, Supervisor at Oronoko Charter Township.
With shovels in hand, Honor Board Chair, Mimi Elwell, Honor CEO, Scott McFarland, Member Center Manager, Andrew Cleminshaw, Team Lead Bonnie Ferrier, and community partners gathered to break ground on the new member center located directly in front of the existing building.
“I look forward to providing all of our members in Berrien Springs with the positive experience they’re used to,” stated Andrew Cleminshaw, Berrien Springs Member Center Manager. “The new member center will be one of a kind to this area and will provide our member-owners an even greater opportunity to take control of their finances in an uplifting and empowering atmosphere.”
Led by contractor E.C. Moore and designed by Intersect Studio, the Berrien Springs Member Center will be built using a phased construction plan. With the new build, the mindset of providing the best member experience continues to be a priority. Members can expect the addition of our ATM Live Tellers, which will provide self-service solutions to make banking simpler and easier. The existing member center will remain open while the new facility is under construction. The new Berrien Springs Member Center is expected to open in Summer 2021.
Honor Credit Union is proud to serve more than 89,000 members across the State of Michigan. Providing solutions for your financial success and giving back to the communities we serve remain the driving forces behind Honor Credit Union. For more information, call 800.442.2800, or visit www.honorcu.com.
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