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2014 PSCU
Board of Directors
 
Frederick W. Morgan
Chairperson

Carol Palazzolo
Vice Chairperson

Dean J. Trudeau
Treasurer

Edward A. Carey, Jr.
Secretary

George Sciotti
Bernard Hanus
Nora Sharpley

Credit Committee
Veronica Massey
Huey Ferguson
Juanita Henry
Michael McMicken

PSCU launches Community Challenge

 

Save Interest and Help the Community.

 Become a part of the 1st Annual Community Challenge



Your Financial Future

Our roads to success may have twists and turns and ups and downs; together we can navigate a course and enjoy the scenery along the way.

My home needs updating, I can't put it off any more!

If the Moon Roof in your house is getting bigger than the one in your car, maybe just maybe its time for some well needed home repairs. PSCU's Anyday Everyday Loans make it easy for you to apply …and get the money you need to keep your home up-to-date. Call, contact or email us today and …

The Best Times to Buy an SUV
Find out when SUVs come down in price
Photo: The Best Times to Buy an SUV
Have you ever wanted to own a sport utility vehicle (SUV)? Marking certain days or months on your calendar may help you find the best deal. It turns out that if you purchase an SUV during specific times of the year, you may pay less than if you bought it during other months.

Does Your Financial Institution Work For You?
The benefits small businesses gain from community financial institutions
Photo: Does Your Financial Institution Work For You?
From employees to associates to members of the local community, many people depend upon small business owners to provide services and job opportunities. This is a large responsibility that requires a lot of work, and small business owners need to be able to rely on their employees and the other …

How to Recycle Everything
A quick guide to ditching your stuff

Each year, thousands of items are thrown into trash piles and landfills, creating environmental headaches for future generations. Consider recycling or passing on your unwanted items to others who may have a need for them. Future generations will appreciate a cleaner environment, and others will …

Enterprise Car Sale in Redford

Don't Miss Our Two-Day Sales Event! Friday, April 25, 2014 - 12pm to 6pm ♦ Saturday, April 26, 2014 - 9am to 1pm. Event location:  Public Service Credit Union ♦ 26838 Plymouth Rd. Redford, MI 48239

PSCU has Scholarships

If your looking to further your education by attending a college or trade school.  Public Service Credit Union wants to help!

Save for Tomorrow. Win Today.

If you haven't signed up for the Save Up program, you could be missing out on cash and prizes. We are proud to announce that we have 2 more winners.  Ledonn D. & Wannetta P. are our most recent winners.

Meet our Charities

Come to our Romulus location on Friday, May 2nd 11am to 3pm to "Meet our Charities" for the Community Challenge. We have 4 amazing charities that we are supporting and helping to raise awareness for their causes:

Shred-It Day

To help eliminate Identity Theft, Public Service Credit Union is offering a FREE Shred-It day for our members to bring in your paper documents to be shredded on site at our Romulus branch on Friday, May 2nd located at 7665 Merriman Rd. in Romulus from 12pm to 3pm.
Foreign Currency Program
We are pleased to announce that our members are able to purchase foreign currency direct from PSCU.  This service is offered to our members to help with the convenience of traveling abroad and getting your foreign currency prior to departure.  Be sure to ask one of our representatives for details.
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