Pictured above from l. to r.: Scott Wilder, VP of Facilities Management, Jason Powers, SVP of administration, Matt Jernigan, President and CEO, Amanda Blackburn, McMinnville branch manager Quentrece Smith, VP of Branch Delivery and Debra Boyd, VP of Branch Delivery

When the new facility is complete it will span a total of 3,500 square feet

McMinnville – Shovels hit dirt last Friday on Ascend Federal Credit Union’s newest branch location in McMinnville. The new addition will set foundation on Highway 70 South and Bridge Builders Road and is expected to open at the end of the quarter of 2024.

Currently, Ascend calls Three Star Mall home. When the new facility is complete it will span a total of 3,500 square feet and offer a “broad range of services” including checking, savings and youth accounts, as well as money market and certificate of deposit accounts, according to a release by Ascend. 

Other products include mortgage, auto and recreational loans, credit cards, personal loans, personal line of credit loans and business accounts and loans.

“McMinnville is growing and so are the needs of our members,” said Matt Jernigan, Ascend president and CEO. “As a result, we are looking forward to the move next year into our new home in Warren County. We believe this new branch location will provide a refreshed modern facility and equipment and will help us better serve our new and existing members’ financial needs. The facility will be different, but the member service and friendliness you receive from our staff will remain the same.”

Ascend says the new building will also include five-member service rooms, a tech/device bar for visitors to utilize, two Interactive Teller Machines (ITMs), a greeter’s station with a fully functioning workspace and cash recycler, a coin machine in the lobby and a two-lane ITM/ATM drive-up. 

Lobby hours are Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Drive-up ITMs are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and are available 24/7 as ATMs.

Photo courtesy of Ascend Federal Credit Union.

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