FORT WASHINGTON, Pa. —TruMark Financial® Credit Union celebrated its new branch at 23 Nutt Road, Phoenixville, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 21. The new location is the credit union’s fourth branch in Chester County and the 23rd in a branch network throughout the five-county Philadelphia region.
James Kovaleski, Phoenixville borough council president, participated in the ribbon-cutting ceremony and commented on the branch’s design. He said the branch was a welcome addition and he is excited to have TruMark Financial as part of the community. “This branch strengthens our presence in Chester County. We remain focused on providing our members with tremendous value through exceptional products and service,” said Richard F. Stipa, TruMark Financial chief executive officer.
State Representative Warren Kampf also attended the celebration and presented a certificate of achievement from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to Stipa. Other guests included Phoenixville Chamber of Commerce President Jessica Capistrant, TruMark Financial Board and Supervisory Committee members, and executive management staff.
The credit union has a grand opening celebration planned for Sunday, Sept. 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., which includes face painters, caricaturists, a balloon artist, giveaway items, and special offers.