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“All in a day’s work.” This phrase sums up how Patrick Sheehy, Branch Coach Float at St. Mary’s Bank, approaches his job. And why he was nominated to receive a 2018 Cooperative Credit Union Association (CCUA) Young Professionals Award of Excellence.
 
Each year, the CCUA bestows Awards of Excellence to its member credit unions that go above and beyond to promote credit unions and the cooperative business model and advance financial literacy. The Awards of Excellence also recognize young professionals who demonstrate their commitment to the values and principles that define the credit union industry.


With all the breaches that merchants have reported over the years, many consumers have wanted to freeze their credit but have had to pay to do this. A credit freeze is the only law-based way to ensure your credit is locked down and loans or other services (phones, utilities) where a vendor uses credit bureaus to approve you are not fraudulently issued in your name.


St. Mary’s Bank has been named a 2018 “Best Credit Union to Work For” by Credit Union Journal and Best Companies Group, a partnership that identifies credit unions across the country that excel in creating quality workplaces for their employees.
 
“We are honored to be named one of the Best Credit Unions to Work For for the second consecutive year,” states Ronald Covey, President/CEO of St. Mary’s Bank. “This recognition is particularly meaningful because it is largely determined by our employees and their experiences of working at St. Mary’s Bank.”


St. Mary’s Bank launches its second annual Shredtember focus. Throughout September, the nation’s first credit union will promote the importance of document shredding in the reduction of identity theft and teach members and the public how to identify and avoid scams.
 
Threats from mail, e-mail, and phone scams to debit and credit card fraud keep coming, and they affect millions of Americans each year. PC repair scams where the fraudster gains remote access to your PC and ultimately your online banking are also on the rise. What can you do to protect yourself?

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