New Contact Info? Let Us Know! - Peach State Federal Credit Union

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New Contact Info? Let Us Know! - Peach State Federal Credit Union
JULY 2015
President’s Letter
Dear credit union member:
Here we grow again!
I am pleased to
announce that another credit union
may be joining the Peach State
family very soon.
The Board of Directors of Richmond
Community Federal Credit Union
based in Augusta has selected
Peach State as their merger partner
of choice, pending a vote of their
membership. We anticipate their
members will affirm the Board’s
recommendation and vote to
approve the merger, which would
then take effect July 1, 2015. Once
complete, Peach State would
welcome an additional 3,000
members along with all current
Richmond Community employees
to our team, while gaining an
additional $20 million in assets.
Rick Davis, Chairman
Dr. Keith Everson, Vice Chairman
Harry Lee, Secretary/Treasurer
Dr. Brooks Coleman
Rick Cost
Sabrina Couch
Dr. Frances Davis
Dr. Stas Preczewski
Dr. James Washington
Paul Wesley
Kay Yetter
Peach State Newsletter.indd 1-2
Nathan Smelley
Rick Cost, Chairman
Wilma Widmer, Secretary
Charlotte Gilman
Dr. April Howard
David Welden
Marshall Boutwell
678.889.4328 | 855.889.4328
For a complete list of our branch locations and hours of operation,
visit us online at www.peachstatefcu.org.
This credit union is federally insured by the
National Credit Union Administration.
Total Members as of this issue: 41,198
Total assets as of this issue: $281,581,249
We believe we are an ideal merger
partner for Richmond Community
because their core values are virtually
identical to ours. Both institutions
support the credit union mission of
providing financial service options
to those that otherwise might not
be able to access such programs.
This merger epitomizes a trend
occurring across the credit union
industry. It has become increasingly
difficult
for
smaller
financial
institutions to absorb today’s
increased operating costs and/or
maintain pace when it comes to
offering the latest technological
conveniences consumers want.
Frequently, it is in the best interest
of the members and employees
to merge with a larger financial
institution to gain access to the
latest resources that can improve
their lives. At Peach State, we can
offer a full suite of products and
services for Richmond Community’s
members.
This new growth is a sign of health,
strength and success for Peach
State as it strategically positions us
for the potential to grow throughout
the state of Georgia. With this
latest addition, we will extend our
service area footprint across eight
counties which include: specific
city and county school systems,
government entities, businesses,
and organizations and associations
in Barrow, Clarke, DeKalb, Gwinnett,
Jackson, Oconee, Richmond and
Walton counties.
New Contact Info?
Let Us Know!
Have you moved recently? Changed
your email address? Gotten a new
phone number? Be sure to notify
Peach State! Doing so ensures that you
continue to receive all of the necessary
communications from us regarding
your accounts in a timely manner. To
update your contact information, call
678.889.4328 or stop in at any one of
our convenient branch locations.
Be sure to let us know!
Peach State aims to help our
members reach their financial goals
by offering the most cost effective
products, services and conveniences
they need. We look forward to
extending this commitment to
our new Richmond Community
members.
If you’re planning to travel outside the
U.S., please call us at 678.889.4328
prior to your trip to authenticate your
VISA® debit or credit card for use while
you’re traveling. This is especially
important because we occasionally block
transactions in a specific country due to a
high concentration of fraudulent activity.
When you call, please have the following
information ready:
Sincerely,
Marshall Boutwell
President/CEO
• Which card(s) you plan on taking with you
• Dates of travel
• What countries you plan to visit
6/12/15 12:21 PM
Scholarships
This year, Peach State awarded $129,500 in scholarships and educational grants!
Career Advancement Scholarship Winners
The Board of Directors is proud to announce that Peach State
has awarded 16 $2,000 Career Advancement Scholarships
honoring the credit union’s founders.
Lawanda Baker, NDO Head Start
Richard Blevins, Gwinnett Medical Center
Katrina Clay, Central Gwinnett High School
Nichole Coates, DeKalb Watershed Management
Lawrence Edon, Walton County School
Yvonne Green, DeKalb City
Ashley Harris, Alford Elementary School
Angel Hightower, Torch & Sword Christ Academy
Teresa Hitchcock, Athens Regional Medical Center
Jason Hunter, Meadowcreek High School
Shaune Lowery, Gwinnett County Public Schools
Bobbie Powers, Metro Resa-Hooper Renwick
Carrie Settles, Brookwood High School
Natina Taylor, Rockbridge Elementary School
Tiara Thomas, Gwinnett County Public Schools
Suzy Wallin, Bear Creek Middle School
L I F E T I M E
Acheivement
Congratulations to our President/CEO,
Marshall Boutwell on receiving the
Moses C. Davis Lifetime Achievement
Award! This award is reserved for
a Georgia credit union leader who
has
demonstrated
extraordinary
commitment to the credit union
movement over his or her career in the
spirit of Moses C. Davis, a well-known and
beloved Georgia credit union pioneer.
Marshall has devoted a meaningful part
of his career to cooperative finance, and
has been at the helm of Peach State for
more than 20 years.
Peach State Newsletter.indd 3-4
You Could Save Hundreds on Car Insurance
As a credit union member, you have
access to the TruStage™ Auto & Home
Insurance Program. That means an
opportunity to save money on a policy
issued by Liberty Mutual, a leading auto
insurer, and available only to members
like you. Your car is a big investment, so
make sure it’s protected—at a good price.
More Discounts Can Mean Even
More Savings
Even more discounts may be available,
and we’ll help you find them:
- More than one vehicle
- Anti-lock brakes
- Air bags
- Automatic seat belts
- Multiple policies (like home and car)
Schedule an appointment for a
personalized quote at Peach State
Federal Credit Union:
Shannon Guzman | 678.895.6184
[email protected]
Peach State FCU President/CEO Marshall Boutwell awards Jason Hunter his
Career Advancement Scholarship.
For a free, no-obligation quote visit
www.TruStageAutoInsurance.com.
Auto Insurance Program is made available through TruStage Insurance
Agency, LLC and issued by leading insurance companies. To the
extent permitted by law, applicants are individually underwritten; not
all applicants may qualify. Discounts are not available in all states and
discounts vary by state. A consumer report from a consumer reporting
agency and/or motor vehicle report will be obtained on all drivers
listed on your policy where state laws and regulations allow. Please
consult your policy for specific coverages and limitations. The insurance
offered is not a deposit, and is not federally insured, sold or guaranteed
by your credit union. Your credit union enables this insurance program
to be offered and is entitled to compensation from TruStage.
MC2746LM_POSStuffer-0114
R E L AY
F O R
Legacy Student Scholarship Winners
The nine $2,500 student scholarships honor the legacy of past
and present board members, and employees who have served
Peach State for 20 years or more. They are awarded to high
school seniors who will be attending college to pursue a degree
in education and plan to return to Georgia to teach.
Kasey Bell, Mountain View High School
Allison Davis, Brookwood High School
Emmanuel Essilfie, Grayson High School
Hailey Hamby, Buford High School
Rebecca Kendall, Hebron Christian Academy
Anna McLean, Loganville High School
Lauren Page, Jefferson High School
Emily Pierce, Parkview High School
Benjamin Scott, Peachtree Ridge High School
School System & Community Honoree Scholarship Winners
We also fund seven $2,500 student scholarships to honor the
following individuals:
Anderson Byers Scholarship – Jessica Stapler, Jackson County
High School
Dan Cromer Scholarship – Grayson Mullis, Winder-Barrow High School
Dr. John Jackson Scholarship – Fenice Nzengung, Oconee
County High School
Louise Radloff Scholarship – Antonio Bailey, Norcross High School
J. Alvin Wilbanks Scholarship – Natalie Tontillo, North Gwinnett
High School
Pomeroy Woods Scholarship – Xavier Arnold, Cedar Shoals High School
Pomeroy Woods Scholarship – Mariah Isbell, Clarke Central High School
Additionally, scholarships were underwritten at the Gwinnett
County Public Schools Foundation for $15,000, at Georgia
Gwinnett College for $30,000, at Gwinnett Technical College for
$10,000 and at the University of North Georgia for $2,500.
2015
LIFE
Every year, Peach State participates in The American Cancer
Society’s Relay for Life event that gives everyone in communities
across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who
have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back
against the disease. Each year, more than 4 million people in
over 20 countries take part in this global phenomenon and raise
much-needed funds and awareness to save lives from cancer.
This year, Peach State raised more than $25,000 for this worthy
cause and also won the Spirit of Mission Award! This is awarded
to the team with the most comprehensive mission-related
message such as participating in the Advocacy Lap or creating
a mission-related campsite.
6/12/15 12:21 PM
Scholarships
This year, Peach State awarded $129,500 in scholarships and educational grants!
Career Advancement Scholarship Winners
The Board of Directors is proud to announce that Peach State
has awarded 16 $2,000 Career Advancement Scholarships
honoring the credit union’s founders.
Lawanda Baker, NDO Head Start
Richard Blevins, Gwinnett Medical Center
Katrina Clay, Central Gwinnett High School
Nichole Coates, DeKalb Watershed Management
Lawrence Edon, Walton County School
Yvonne Green, DeKalb City
Ashley Harris, Alford Elementary School
Angel Hightower, Torch & Sword Christ Academy
Teresa Hitchcock, Athens Regional Medical Center
Jason Hunter, Meadowcreek High School
Shaune Lowery, Gwinnett County Public Schools
Bobbie Powers, Metro Resa-Hooper Renwick
Carrie Settles, Brookwood High School
Natina Taylor, Rockbridge Elementary School
Tiara Thomas, Gwinnett County Public Schools
Suzy Wallin, Bear Creek Middle School
L I F E T I M E
Acheivement
Congratulations to our President/CEO,
Marshall Boutwell on receiving the
Moses C. Davis Lifetime Achievement
Award! This award is reserved for
a Georgia credit union leader who
has
demonstrated
extraordinary
commitment to the credit union
movement over his or her career in the
spirit of Moses C. Davis, a well-known and
beloved Georgia credit union pioneer.
Marshall has devoted a meaningful part
of his career to cooperative finance, and
has been at the helm of Peach State for
more than 20 years.
Peach State Newsletter.indd 3-4
You Could Save Hundreds on Car Insurance
As a credit union member, you have
access to the TruStage™ Auto & Home
Insurance Program. That means an
opportunity to save money on a policy
issued by Liberty Mutual, a leading auto
insurer, and available only to members
like you. Your car is a big investment, so
make sure it’s protected—at a good price.
More Discounts Can Mean Even
More Savings
Even more discounts may be available,
and we’ll help you find them:
- More than one vehicle
- Anti-lock brakes
- Air bags
- Automatic seat belts
- Multiple policies (like home and car)
Schedule an appointment for a
personalized quote at Peach State
Federal Credit Union:
Shannon Guzman | 678.895.6184
[email protected]
Peach State FCU President/CEO Marshall Boutwell awards Jason Hunter his
Career Advancement Scholarship.
For a free, no-obligation quote visit
www.TruStageAutoInsurance.com.
Auto Insurance Program is made available through TruStage Insurance
Agency, LLC and issued by leading insurance companies. To the
extent permitted by law, applicants are individually underwritten; not
all applicants may qualify. Discounts are not available in all states and
discounts vary by state. A consumer report from a consumer reporting
agency and/or motor vehicle report will be obtained on all drivers
listed on your policy where state laws and regulations allow. Please
consult your policy for specific coverages and limitations. The insurance
offered is not a deposit, and is not federally insured, sold or guaranteed
by your credit union. Your credit union enables this insurance program
to be offered and is entitled to compensation from TruStage.
MC2746LM_POSStuffer-0114
R E L AY
F O R
Legacy Student Scholarship Winners
The nine $2,500 student scholarships honor the legacy of past
and present board members, and employees who have served
Peach State for 20 years or more. They are awarded to high
school seniors who will be attending college to pursue a degree
in education and plan to return to Georgia to teach.
Kasey Bell, Mountain View High School
Allison Davis, Brookwood High School
Emmanuel Essilfie, Grayson High School
Hailey Hamby, Buford High School
Rebecca Kendall, Hebron Christian Academy
Anna McLean, Loganville High School
Lauren Page, Jefferson High School
Emily Pierce, Parkview High School
Benjamin Scott, Peachtree Ridge High School
School System & Community Honoree Scholarship Winners
We also fund seven $2,500 student scholarships to honor the
following individuals:
Anderson Byers Scholarship – Jessica Stapler, Jackson County
High School
Dan Cromer Scholarship – Grayson Mullis, Winder-Barrow High School
Dr. John Jackson Scholarship – Fenice Nzengung, Oconee
County High School
Louise Radloff Scholarship – Antonio Bailey, Norcross High School
J. Alvin Wilbanks Scholarship – Natalie Tontillo, North Gwinnett
High School
Pomeroy Woods Scholarship – Xavier Arnold, Cedar Shoals High School
Pomeroy Woods Scholarship – Mariah Isbell, Clarke Central High School
Additionally, scholarships were underwritten at the Gwinnett
County Public Schools Foundation for $15,000, at Georgia
Gwinnett College for $30,000, at Gwinnett Technical College for
$10,000 and at the University of North Georgia for $2,500.
2015
LIFE
Every year, Peach State participates in The American Cancer
Society’s Relay for Life event that gives everyone in communities
across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who
have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back
against the disease. Each year, more than 4 million people in
over 20 countries take part in this global phenomenon and raise
much-needed funds and awareness to save lives from cancer.
This year, Peach State raised more than $25,000 for this worthy
cause and also won the Spirit of Mission Award! This is awarded
to the team with the most comprehensive mission-related
message such as participating in the Advocacy Lap or creating
a mission-related campsite.
6/12/15 12:21 PM
JULY 2015
President’s Letter
Dear credit union member:
Here we grow again!
I am pleased to
announce that another credit union
may be joining the Peach State
family very soon.
The Board of Directors of Richmond
Community Federal Credit Union
based in Augusta has selected
Peach State as their merger partner
of choice, pending a vote of their
membership. We anticipate their
members will affirm the Board’s
recommendation and vote to
approve the merger, which would
then take effect July 1, 2015. Once
complete, Peach State would
welcome an additional 3,000
members along with all current
Richmond Community employees
to our team, while gaining an
additional $20 million in assets.
Rick Davis, Chairman
Dr. Keith Everson, Vice Chairman
Harry Lee, Secretary/Treasurer
Dr. Brooks Coleman
Rick Cost
Sabrina Couch
Dr. Frances Davis
Dr. Stas Preczewski
Dr. James Washington
Paul Wesley
Kay Yetter
Peach State Newsletter.indd 1-2
Nathan Smelley
Rick Cost, Chairman
Wilma Widmer, Secretary
Charlotte Gilman
Dr. April Howard
David Welden
Marshall Boutwell
678.889.4328 | 855.889.4328
For a complete list of our branch locations and hours of operation,
visit us online at www.peachstatefcu.org.
This credit union is federally insured by the
National Credit Union Administration.
Total Members as of this issue: 41,198
Total assets as of this issue: $281,581,249
We believe we are an ideal merger
partner for Richmond Community
because their core values are virtually
identical to ours. Both institutions
support the credit union mission of
providing financial service options
to those that otherwise might not
be able to access such programs.
This merger epitomizes a trend
occurring across the credit union
industry. It has become increasingly
difficult
for
smaller
financial
institutions to absorb today’s
increased operating costs and/or
maintain pace when it comes to
offering the latest technological
conveniences consumers want.
Frequently, it is in the best interest
of the members and employees
to merge with a larger financial
institution to gain access to the
latest resources that can improve
their lives. At Peach State, we can
offer a full suite of products and
services for Richmond Community’s
members.
This new growth is a sign of health,
strength and success for Peach
State as it strategically positions us
for the potential to grow throughout
the state of Georgia. With this
latest addition, we will extend our
service area footprint across eight
counties which include: specific
city and county school systems,
government entities, businesses,
and organizations and associations
in Barrow, Clarke, DeKalb, Gwinnett,
Jackson, Oconee, Richmond and
Walton counties.
New Contact Info?
Let Us Know!
Have you moved recently? Changed
your email address? Gotten a new
phone number? Be sure to notify
Peach State! Doing so ensures that you
continue to receive all of the necessary
communications from us regarding
your accounts in a timely manner. To
update your contact information, call
678.889.4328 or stop in at any one of
our convenient branch locations.
Be sure to let us know!
Peach State aims to help our
members reach their financial goals
by offering the most cost effective
products, services and conveniences
they need. We look forward to
extending this commitment to
our new Richmond Community
members.
If you’re planning to travel outside the
U.S., please call us at 678.889.4328
prior to your trip to authenticate your
VISA® debit or credit card for use while
you’re traveling. This is especially
important because we occasionally block
transactions in a specific country due to a
high concentration of fraudulent activity.
When you call, please have the following
information ready:
Sincerely,
Marshall Boutwell
President/CEO
• Which card(s) you plan on taking with you
• Dates of travel
• What countries you plan to visit
6/12/15 12:21 PM

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