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HFCU hires Jim Oberg as Fair Haven branch manager

FAIR HAVEN — On July 21, Heritage Family Credit Union announced the hiring of AVP Branch Manager Jim Oberg. Oberg will oversee operations of the Heritage Family Credit Union Fair Haven branch, located at 67 Washington Street.

Oberg has more than ten years of experience in the financial services industry, including his most recent post as branch manager at TD Bank, N.A. in Granville, N.Y. He is active in the community as a member of the board of directors of Rutland Southwest Supervisory Union. Oberg is also a current member of the Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce, where he had served on the board of directors as the treasurer.

Heritage Family Credit Union is a member-owned not-for-profit financial cooperative formed for the purpose of encouraging savings by offering a good return. Heritage Family Credit Union is a federally-chartered community credit union. You are eligible to join the credit union if you live, work, worship, or do business in Hooksett, N.H. as well as Rutland, Addison, Bennington, Windsor or Windham counties in Vermont. As a member of the credit union, each of your family members related by blood, marriage or adoption is also entitled to join the credit union.

For more information visit www.hfcuvt.com.

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