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From left are Branch Manager Kasey Brooks; AVP Tanika Green; SVP Pam Davis; Sen. Matt Brass; CEO Hank Halter; Newnan-Coweta Chamber President Candace Boothby; VP-Corporate Real Estate David Moye; and COO Matthew Shepherd. Photo special to the MDJ.

Cobb-based Delta Community Credit Union opened on Aug. 16 its 28th retail branch.

The new branch is located at 90 Glenda Trace in Newnan in the Coweta Crossroads shopping center. It is the credit union’s second location in Coweta County.

At a ribbon-cutting celebration, Georgia Sen. Matt Brass, Newnan-Coweta Chamber president Candace Boothby and others joined Delta Community CEO Hank Halter to formally open the branch, which is centrally located between the credit union’s existing Newnan Branch on Highway 34 and its two Peachtree City locations.

“We are committed to expanding services where it most makes sense for our membership,” said Halter. “This location allows us to welcome new members while continuing to provide great value to our nearly 60,000 existing members who live and work in this vibrant corridor between Coweta and neighboring Fayette County.”

Like the Delta Community Newnan branch, at 1825 Highway 34 East, the new Coweta Crossroads branch includes teller operations and a team of advisors to assist members with home, auto and personal loan needs. The branch also features a walk-up, deposit-taking ATM which is available 24/7 in a secure vestibule.

For more information, visit www.DeltaCommunityCU.com.

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