OnPoint Community Credit Union to open in Hillsboro, Cornelius
Western Washington County residents will soon have access to two new credit union locations close to home.
It's part of OnPoint Community Credit Union's largest branch expansion in its 89-year history, as the Oregon-based financial services institution recently announced plans to open four of its 20 new branches in Fred Meyer grocery stores this month.
One new location will be at 6495 S.E. Tualatin Valley Highway in Hillsboro.
Another will be at 2200 Baseline St. in Cornelius.
"As the largest credit union in Oregon, we are always pursuing innovation and partnerships that value our members' time and help them achieve their financial goals," said Rob Stuart, president and chief executive officer of OnPoint. "Our new Fred Meyer branches will provide these communities with quick and easy access to our financial resources and expertise at a time when they need it most. There's nothing more central to a community than its neighborhood grocery store, and we're honored to partner with Fred Meyer."
Leading the new Hillsboro branch will be Forest Grove resident Laurissa Bybee, who has been at OnPoint since 2011 and has 13 years of financial services experience.
Cornelius resident Marlen Mendoza will lead the new Cornelius branch. Mendoza has worked at OnPoint since 2008 and has 20 years of experience in financial services.
Each in-store branch will offer members a suite of financial services, including membership enrollment, consumer and commercial lending, mortgages, financial planning, ATM and notarization, OnPoint officials said in a statement.
Additionally, the new branches will offer existing and new members special grand opening promotions through the end of the year, including a $200 bonus for new members dependent on other qualifications, according to OnPoint.
OnPoint is also slated to open 16 additional branches within Fred Meyer locations across the region in 2021.
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