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Kent County Credit Union has changed its name to Intandem Credit Union


Kent County Credit Union has announced that is has changed its name to Intandem Credit Union. As part of a plan for growth and neighborhood commitment, the new name represents where the credit union is headed as an active and supportive partner in strengthening families and community. 

Kent County Credit Union was established in 1956, originally as a credit union for employees of the county. In 2004, the credit union expanded its field of membership to include all those who live, work, worship, or attend post-high school institutions in Kent County. 

“Over the years, our name has presented a challenge to growth,” said Barbara Page, President/CEO. “It really hit home when we attended a community event at City High/Middle School, right across the street from our main location. Several neighbors told us they thought we were part of Kent County government and didn’t think they were eligible to join. This wasn’t the first time we heard something like that, and it really made us think critically about who we are and where we are going.” 

The credit union offers a comprehensive range of financial services including credit cards, mortgages, and personal loans. Members need not worry about their accounts during this transition. Member account numbers, and the credit union routing number will stay the same. Direct deposits, payroll deduction, automatic drafts, and other ACH services will continue to function as they have in the past. Online banking, debit and credit cards, and the mobile app will still be available and function the same as before, but with a new name and design. The MyKCCU.com website will automatically redirect to the new website, IntandemCU.com.

“We believe that we are stronger together,” Page said. “When we focus on strengthening the financial lives of our neighbors, the credit union also becomes stronger, and as a team, we help our neighborhoods flourish”.

For more information, visit: Intandemcu.com.

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Kent County Credit Union to build new standalone branch in Cedar Springs


This rendering shows what the main entry of the new Kent County Credit Union will look like. Courtesy photo.

Another business in Cedar Springs is expanding and building a new home in which to grow.

Kent County Credit Union, who currently leases space in the mall located at 14111 White Creek Avenue, will begin construction on a new standalone branch in Cedar Springs later this summer or early fall. They will be moving to property they purchased at 13819 White Creek Ave, south of White Creek Lumber. As part of their success and growth plan, they are targeting an opening date of Summer 2022.

This rendering shows what the drive through area will look like. Courtesy photo.

“We are excited that our continued growth gives us the opportunity to establish a permanent foothold in the neighborhoods we serve,” said Barbara Page, President/CEO. “Our members have been the key to our success and with it comes growth. We will continue to support our members and their families as we always have. With this new facility, we are reaffirming our commitment to this community, and are focused on growing together now and into the future.”

The credit union has had a presence in Cedar Springs since 2009, supporting northern Kent County families and their community. With welcoming arms and the support of their members, their location has seen substantial growth. They will still offer the same great services and exceptional products their members know and trust. New features include multiple drive through lanes, an upgraded drive-up ATM, and a more comfortable and welcoming space for members.

“We are proud to be part of the fabric of the great and growing Cedar Springs community,” said Jon Denhof, Board Chair. “We are investing in that growth to ensure that people living or working in Cedar Springs and nearby neighborhoods have the option to join a credit union that understands that the financial success of each member contributes to the overall success of the community. We’re incredibly excited and humbled to be a part of it.”

Kent County Credit Union has been serving families and their community since 1956. The credit union provides financial services to members, and financial support to their community of West Michigan. Today the credit union serves more than 6,000 members with 2 branch locations. Their main branch is at 1619 Plainfield, in the Creston Heights neighborhood, and the North Kent branch is here in Cedar Springs.

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