has relocated their main office to 801 Sycolin Road SE, Suite 101, in Leesburg. This new location has additional office and staff work space, an enhanced new member services area, free Wi-Fi in the lobby and a soon-to-be-installed walk-up ATM capable of accepting deposits.
LCU will celebrate its 35th anniversary later this year as a federally insured, state chartered credit union. Since its founding in 1977, LCU has grown to be a full-service financial institution with $28 million in assets.
At the recent LCU annual meeting of members, LCU Board Chairman Cindy Mester highlighted the company’s expanding partnerships with Loudoun County, Loudoun County Public Schools, the Town of Leesburg and Inova Hospital.
“The Loudoun Credit Union is a longstanding financial institution in Leesburg, whose growth and expansion are extremely important to their members and the community at large,” said Leesburg’s Economic Development Manager Marantha Edwards. “We are delighted at their commitment to Leesburg as the location of their main offices.”
In addition to the new ATM at the main office, LCU will install ATMs at the Leesburg Executive Airport and the Loudoun County Administration Building in downtown Leesburg. These ATMs will connect LCU to the CO-OP network, providing members with over 28,000 surcharge-free ATMs across the country.
Mester also noted that LCU awarded scholarships to three college-bound Loudoun County seniors, implemented a college loan program with Sallie Mae and has over 700 elementary students participating in LCU’s student savers program.
“Providing a wide range of opportunities to educate students on the fundamentals of money management is an important goal for the credit union,” Mester said.
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