Representatives from Scott Credit Union and the Lebanon Chamber of Commerce met recently to cut the ribbon to mark the opening of Scott’s newest Illinois branch, a full-service location at 101 E. Schuetz St. (Illinois Route 4) in Lebanon.
The new location was a former bank building. It is 3,840 square feet and features a traditional teller line in the lobby and two drive-up teller windows. The location has a drive-up ATM.
“Despite the pandemic, we wanted to mark the opening of the branch with a small ceremony. We are really excited to better serve people in Lebanon and those traveling to and from Scott Air Force Base,” said Scott Credit Union President and CEO Frank Padak. “This marks our commitment to serving the Illinois market. We are pleased to be adding our 19th branch and our 15th in Illinois.”
The new Lebanon Branch is part of Scott Credit Union’s strategic growth plan, which includes adding branches to better serve members in Illinois, Padak added.
“We want to be convenient so our 145,000 members can take advantage of the value we offer,” he said. “We welcome the residents in Lebanon and the area around it to see why we are a great money-saving alternative.”
Scott Credit Union is headquartered in Edwardsville.
PHOTO: Front row from left, Chamber member Rebeca Gabel; and Scott Credit Union employees Andrew Voegele, Jarred Doolittle, Bobby Meszaros, Jacinda Pullum, Lelani Wilhelm and Kelsey Thomas. Back row from left are SCU employee Jeff Stunkel and Chamber member Missy Mitchell.