Central Minnesota Credit Union Announces Acquisition of the Deposits and Loans of St. Francis Campus Credit Union

Central Minnesota Credit Union (CMCU) today (Friday, Feb. 14) announced it has completed the acquisition of St. Francis Campus Credit Union, Little Falls. CMCU assumed St. Francis Campus Credit Union’s members, assets, shares and loans.

“We are very pleased to welcome St. Francis Campus Credit Union members to Central Minnesota Credit Union,” said Richard Odenthal, Central Minnesota Credit Union President and Chief Executive Officer. “We respect the heritage of St. Francis Campus Credit Union and pledge to provide personalized service to our members. We look forward to informing you about options for products and services for every stage of your life.”

CMCU, founded in 1939, is committed to personal quality service to which our members are accustomed. We look forward to extending our mission of “United to Serve Members and Community” to the members of St. Francis Campus Credit Union.
About Central Minnesota Credit Union
Central Minnesota Credit Union, the 6th largest Minnesota credit union with assets of more than $750 million. Established in 1939, the member-owned financial cooperative offers a complete line of financial services from its 16 branch locations in Little Falls, Melrose, Albany, Grey Eagle, Freeport, Paynesville, Sauk Centre, St. Joseph, Cold Spring, Long Prairie, Avon, Belgrade, New York Mills, Perham, Moorhead, and Wadena; as well as by phone, online at myCMCU.org and on your mobile phone at m.myCMCU.org.

  • Elsie Miller

    Nothing routine about this examination now. Honestly would have been nice.

    • robin hensel

      Don’t be too sure nobody was escorted out that day.

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