This week, the LSCU is announcing credit union honorees for outstanding work during 2019. Today we recognize nine outstanding member credit unions from Alabama, Florida and Georgia with its prestigious 2019 Credit Union of the Year awards.
Institutions honored as Credit Union of the Year demonstrate the all-around best the industry has to offer. These credit unions have accomplished outstanding achievements in the areas of daily operations, financial prowess and community outreach.
“We are always proud of the great work all our credit unions do on behalf of their members and communities,” said Jared Ross, president of LSCU. “These awards give us a way to show our appreciation to those who truly went above and beyond in their duty to help people afford life. On behalf of the League, I am humbled to be able to thank them for their outstanding service.”
This year, the League honored nine credit unions; three from each state in its footprint. One winner from each state was selected from three different asset-size categories. The League announced each of these winners via the LSCU’s social media pages on Oct. 13.
Congratulations to all the winners of the 2019 Credit Union of the Year awards:
Up to $100 million asset size: Alabama River Credit Union in Monroeville, Ala.
$100 million to $500 million in asset size: Heritage South Credit Union in Sylacauga, Ala.
More than $500 million in asset size: All In Credit Union in Dothan, Ala.
Up to $100 million asset size: FLAG Credit Union in Tallahassee, Fla.
$100 million to $500 million in asset size: Miami Postal Service Credit Union in Miami, Fla.
More than $500 million in asset size: USF Federal Credit Union in Tampa, Fla.
Up to $100 million asset size: United Methodist Connectional Federal Credit Union in Marietta, Ga.
$100 million to $500 million in asset size: Platinum Federal Credit Union in Duluth, Ga.
More than $500 million in asset size: Georgia United Credit Union in Duluth, Ga.
*Please note, the LSCU Awards are normally presented to the winners at the Southeastern Credit Union Conference & Expo (SCUCE) but due to complications caused by COVID-19, SCUCE was canceled.