PCCU reports “strong finish” to 2022, sets sights on future growth following annual meeting
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Park City Credit Union (PCCU)’s annual meeting was held in April, where members were informed about the credit union’s successes in 2022, as well as its future plans.
In a release, PCCU said it had a “successful year in 2022, reporting total assets of $329.1 million, representing a 2.75% growth in assets since 2021.”
“The credit union serves 23,845 members and growing and has nearly 100 employees across 4 branches and 10 communities,” PCCU stated.
PCCU CEO Val Mindak attributed the credit union’s success to “its dedication to its members and the communities it serves.”
“2022 was an amazing year for the credit union as we helped our members achieve their financial goals and worked to foster even stronger relationships with all of you,” Mindak said. “We’ve continued to make investments in technology to be able to meet you wherever you are, and whatever you may be doing so that banking with us is easy and enjoyable.”
PCCU noted that during the meeting, the credit union donated $500 to the Park City Cares Foundation, which supports the local communities financially through grants and scholarships as well as volunteer programs.
“As the credit union looks to the future, it is committed to continuing to grow and expand its services, while maintaining its commitment to its members and the communities it serves,” PCCU said. “PCCU is proud to be a supporter of each and every community it serves and is committed to helping its members achieve their financial goals. To that end, the credit union has made significant investments in technology to ensure that banking with them is easy and convenient.”
Park City Credit Union is a member-owned financial cooperative providing financial services to approximately 22,000 members who live, work, or own land in Forest, Iron, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Oneida, Price, Rusk, Taylor, or Vilas counties. To learn more, visit www.parkcitycu.org.
Park City Credit Union has offices in Tomahawk, Merrill, Minocqua, and Rhinelander and in Dave’s County Market in Merrill.