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Stories about the high cost of college reach out from headlines seemingly every day. As a small measure to ease this financial challenge for its members, St. Mary’s Bank will award multiple $500 and $1,000 scholarships for the 2018–2019 academic year.
“St. Mary’s Bank has many young members who want to further their education, but the rising cost of college can make that difficult,” states Ron Covey, President and CEO of St. Mary’s Bank. “We are thrilled to offer scholarships again this year and play even a small role in helping these students fund their futures.”

Delivering food to homebound residents. Coaching football. Playing in a band that raises funds for Make-a-Wish or music scholarships. These are a few examples of how St. Mary’s Bank employees make a difference in their communities.
And what a difference that is. In 2017, St. Mary’s Bank employees generously donated 3,152 volunteer hours valued at $78,479. In all, 89 employees volunteered in their communities, and 29 employees reached the 25-, 50-, and 100-hour levels for the year.

St. Mary’s Bank, the nation’s first credit union, welcomes Michael Beck as Vice President, Wealth Management to the St. Mary’s Financial Services program located at the credit union.
“Michael brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, from bankruptcy litigation to estate planning and financial education,” explains Leo Simard, Senior Vice President, Director of Retail Sales and Member Experience at St. Mary’s Bank. “We believe he will be an invaluable resource to help our members achieve financial wellbeing.”

Employees, on average, have been with their employers just a tick over four years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. St. Mary’s Bank boasts a group of employees who have exceeded this average five-fold.
The nation’s first credit union launched its President’s Club in 2010 to recognize and thank employees who reach 20 years of service. The President’s Club includes 19 current employees, and St. Mary’s Bank recently honored them at the Puritan Backroom restaurant.

St. Mary’s Bank announces that Aimee Morin has been selected by Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and The Cooperative Trust to attend Crash the GAC 2018, February 25–March 1, in Washington, D.C.
Crash the GAC brings young credit union professionals together to experience CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) in dynamic and career-building ways. While attendees learn about credit union priorities and advocacy, they enjoy networking and mentoring sessions with industry leaders from organizations such as Filene Research Institute, National Credit Union Foundation, CUNA, and CUNA Mutual Group.

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