Business: Coosa Valley Credit Union closing one of two Dean Avenue locations as of April 2.

Business: Coosa Valley Credit Union closing one of two Dean Avenue locations as of April 2.

This sign is greeting customers at the Dean Avenue and East 12th location. Photo by Natalie Simms.

Media release: To better serve our field of membership, Coosa Valley Credit Union is consolidating its two East Rome branches into its branch at 1504 Dean Ave. The office at  1311 Dean Ave. will close at the end of the business day on Friday, April 2.

CVCU’s two Dean Avenue locations are less than 0.03 miles apart. Having locations this close in proximity occurred because of the 2016 merger with Northwest Georgia Credit Union.

“Coosa Valley Credit Union is committed to the Rome community,” said Andy F. Harris, President and CEO. “We are always looking to the future and the best ways to enhance the quality of our service to our members. We look forward to many years of continued service to the community.”

In addition to the full-service branch and ATM just down the street at 1504 Dean Ave. in East Rome, credit union members also have access to the newly constructed Main Branch in West Rome as well as branches in Cartersville (2), Cedartown, Ringgold and Rockmart. Members also enjoy free access to five additional Coosa Valley Credit Union ATMs, as well as thousands of surcharge-free ATMs nationwide through the SUM ATM network, and a robust menu of remote services.

With more than $400 million in assets, Coosa Valley Credit Union is among the largest credit unions in Georgia. It has more than 40,000 members and more than 100 employees.

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