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Ideal CU Moves from West St. Paul to Inver Grove Heights - New Office Now Open for Business

Ideal CU Moves from West St. Paul to Inver Grove Heights - New Office Now Open for Business

(Woodbury, MN – May 19, 2016) Ideal Credit Union has moved from South Robert Street in West St. Paul to a new state-of-the-art facility in Inver Grove Heights. Located at 7791 Amana Trail, in the Argenta Hills development next to Target, the new Inver Grove Heights office opened for business on Monday, May 9, 2016. The new office is approximately 3,000 sq. ft. and offers a tech-savvy approach to traditional banking, utilizing technology and self-serve features both inside and out.

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Ideal CU Receives Excellence in Community Education Leadership Award

(Woodbury, MN – May 12, 2016) Ideal Credit Union was recently selected to receive an Excellence in Community Education Leadership (EXCEL) Award by the ISD 622 Community Education Advisory Council. Each year the council recognizes individuals and groups who have demonstrated a commitment to lifelong learning with EXCEL awards.

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Ideal CU Chairman Keith E. Hauge Named Outstanding Credit Union Volunteer of the Year

(Woodbury, MN – April 26, 2016) Keith E. Hauge, Chairman of the Board of Ideal Credit Union, was recently named Outstanding Credit Union Volunteer of the Year by the Minnesota Credit Union Network (MnCUN). The award honors the noble service of one outstanding volunteer who best exemplifies the credit union spirit through dedication to, and belief in, the credit union movement.

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Ideal President/CEO Brian Sherrick Named to Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis’ Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council

(Woodbury, MN – February 19, 2016) Brian Sherrick, President/CEO of Ideal Credit Union, has been appointed to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis’ Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC). Sherrick will serve a three-year term on the 13-member council, which acts in an advisory capacity not only to the Minneapolis Bank, but also the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C.

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