New Integris flagship building grew from community demand

Integris Credit Union is committed to enhancing communities. Having realized some time ago that operations in Vanderhoof had outgrown the physical branch, the Integris Board and Management determined that Vanderhoof’s next enhancement project would be major. The idea of a new Vanderhoof Branch was born.

  • Apr. 8, 2011 8:00 a.m.

Integris Credit Union is committed to enhancing communities.  Having realized some time ago that operations in Vanderhoof had outgrown the physical branch, the Integris Board and Management determined that Vanderhoof’s next enhancement project would be major.  The idea of a new Vanderhoof Branch was born.

“Integris is building a new branch that the people of Vanderhoof and surrounding area need, desire and deserve” states Integris Board of Directors Chair LeRoy Vossler.  “We believe in the future of Vanderhoof; in forestry, agriculture, mining, tourism and recreation and small business and to that end, we envisioned a modern and highly functional building that would serve not only our members but the community at large” Vossler adds.

The new Vanderhoof branch not only provides the space for Integris to grow but also a modern venue for community groups to meet and plan.  “The new branch will be a force multiplier” claims Vossler.  “We will continue to do what we do best: provide legendary service, top-notch expertise and competitive products to our members while making a real difference in our communities” continues Vossler.  “Since 2005, Integris has invested over $1.2 Million in our region and soon we will be able to offer the people and community groups of Vanderhoof our flagship building.” concludes Vossler.

 

Integris Vanderhoof recently implemented Monday – Saturday operations.

 

 

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