News at Oregon State Credit Union

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  • Shred Day at Benton County Fairgrounds

    Oregon State Credit Union has scheduled its 2019 Benton County free document shred day for the community on Saturday, April 20, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot of the Benton County Fairgrounds at 110 SW 53rd Street in Corvallis.

  • Promotions at Oregon State Credit Union for Kindred, Martinez, Walker

    Oregon State Credit Union has promoted Danelle Kindred, Laura Martinez and Renata Walker to lead branches in Philomath, Albany and Monmouth, respectively.

  • Warner promoted to Assistant Vice President for Finance

    Oregon State Credit Union has promoted Assistant Manager in Accounting Bobbie Warner to the position of Assistant Vice President for Finance.

  • Community Financial Education Director hired

    Oregon State Credit Union has named Ashley McDonough, a career teacher at the high school and university levels, as Community Education Director.

  • Philanthropy 2018

    Oregon State Credit Union’s 2018 philanthropic effort will exceed $217,000 in donations and sponsorships as well as more than 7,900 hours of volunteerism conducted by the current staff of 248.

  • Shred Day at Linn County Fairgrounds

    Oregon State Credit Union invites the community to a free document shred day on Saturday, April 21, 2018, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Linn County Fairgrounds.

  • Philanthropy 2017

    Oregon State Credit Union’s 2017 philanthropic effort will exceed $200,000 with the largest gift directed to Oregon-based Children’s Miracle Network hospitals Doernbecher in Portland and Sacred Heart in Eugene which will benefit from $35,000 generated through an internal campaign match.

  • Computer donation to Corvallis Boys & Girls Club

    Oregon State Credit Union has recycled and distributed 35 computer stations to better accommodate the Elementary Technology Lab at the Boys and Girls Club of Corvallis.

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