Helen Pearce Retires After 39 Years at CFCCU
Cedar Falls, IA - Helen Pearce is retiring from Cedar Falls Community Credit Union after 39 years of faithful service to its staff and members. Helen embodies the mission of Credit Unions, promoting smart spending and sound financial practices. She believes in and demonstrates CFCCU's people helping people philosophy.
CFCCU believes in supporting its communities, neighborhoods, schools, and organizations that build better places to call home.
Helen has showcased her commitment to this mission by her involvement in the Iowa Credit Union League (ICUL) and serving as Chair for the last three years. Helen has received multiple awards through ICUL, including the Cooperative Spirit Professional award in 2015 and this year's Heritage Award.
Additionally, Helen inspired CFCCU's commitment to service in the Cedar Valley community. The staff has spent several hours supporting the Women Build program through Iowa Heartland Habitat for Humanity. She led the partners in education efforts with local schools, sharing sound financial practices with students and offering scholarships. She also is involved in many community events.
There will be an open house to celebrate on October 1, at the Eagles Club, 2125 W. Lone Tree Rd, starting at 5 PM. Cards may be sent to 123 W. 4th Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613.
Join us to celebrate Helen and her retirement.
About CFCCU - Cedar Falls Community Credit Union was originally chartered in 1958 by the Machinist Local 1728. Membership was extended to groups of employees over the years until CFCCU received a community charter in 1982. CFCCU now serves 20 counties in Northeast Iowa.
CFCCU's mission is to provide high-quality financial products and services that enhance the lives of its members.