Edwards's Story

Edward first joined DC Credit Union when he left his employment in Prince George's county and came to the city to work. He loves the strong relationships he has with DC Credit Union today.
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A valued member with a lot of history—from his first car in the 80’s to a comfortable retirement today.

I’ve enjoyed over the years wonderful relationships with the employees. If I see them on the street they’ll stop to speak with me. Nice people to do business with.

Edward joined DC Credit Union in the 80’s when he became a DC Gov’t employee. He got an auto loan for his first car from the Reeve’s Center branch. It was a proud day, making his first major purchase, and having a car—a Mustang—made it much easier to get around town.

Edward has been a part of the community since then, and loves the convenience of the Reeve’s Center branch. “It’s about proximity,” Edward says. “Living one block away from the credit union means it’s just a matter of steps to take care of all my financial dealings.”

Because he’s been a member for so long, he’s developed relationships with the staff. “They never treat me like John Doe off the street, they treat me like someone who’s been coming here, doing business with the same people over the years.”

And the credit union has helped him grow financially. “It’s taught me a lot about savings and recommendations on how to put your goal within your sight. It’s been a success story all around with regard to me and my relationship with the credit union,” says Edward. “It’s always been friendly people there at DC Credit Union. I’ve never had any issues, never been turned down for a loan or any service that was offered.”

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