Delta Community Credit Union opens new Snellville branch

Delta Community Snellville Branch Manager Jaime Benitez; Delta Community Branch Delivery SVP Pam Davis; Delta Community CFO Jay Gratwick and CEO Hank Halter; Gwinnett Chamber Membership Development Manager Sandy Richardson and Gwinnett Chamber Ambassadors Al Brown and Quentin Moses; Delta Community Corporate Real Estate VP David Moye and Branch Delivery AVP Nikki Foy; Gwinnett Chamber Ambassador Melvin Everson at the ribbon cutting of Delta Community Credit Union's Snellville branch. (Special Photo)

Delta Community Credit Union opened it’s newly expanded Snellville branch with a ribbon cutting Thursday. Prior to the credit union’s brick and mortar opening, the branch was located inside the Presidential Commons Kroger located off Scenic Highway.

According to Delta Community CEO Hank Halter the move will allow the branch to provide more services to local members.

“We have around 4,000 members in the Snellville area alone,” Halter said. “Enlarging our Snellville branch in the same, well-established location allows us to provide more convenient access for our members and meet the needs of this growing community.”

Halter said the credit union is committed to being involved in the community with three other branches located around Gwinnett in Buford, Duluth and Lawrenceville.

“Investing in the community is something that we hold dearly to us,” Halter said. “We’ve donated just around $114,000 in organizations and causes in the Gwinnett County community and look to continue in the future.”

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