May 23rd, 2017

Archives


60 Stories for 60 Years – #54

I moved to Nashville, got married, and entered the teaching profession back in the early 1970’s.  Our personal financial circumstances were always paycheck to paycheck back then.  I remember that my wife and I found a beautiful, round oak dining table from a store down on 2nd Avenue, no longer...


60 Stories for 60 Years- #53

Nearly losing everything when my husband lost his job after 9/11 for the 3rd time and then going through a restructuring financially for seven years, I met the branch manager Mr. Cory Call. He treated me with so much respect, empathy, and encouragement. That spirit of respect and kindness continues...


60 Stories for 60 Years- #52

I started banking with Cornerstone when my previous bank began charging a monthly fee to my account.  The folks at Cornerstone were fabulous! I discovered the daughter of one of your tellers was sponsored by a women’s organization, of which I am a member, to attend Cottey College in Nevada,...


60 Stories for 60 Years- #51

  I first became a member when I was 19 and needed a car loan. It wasn’t long after that, I moved my checking account over. From that day I have always had the best experience. Any questions or concerns I’ve ever came across they’ve always been there to assist....


60 Stories for 60 Years- #50

I am a grateful lady, grateful to be a Mom, Grandma, and Metropolitan Nashville Public School teacher. My life has, and continues to be filled with the joy of serving families and equipping children for their destinies in our community, and beyond. My husband retired from the military over 30...


60 Stories for 60 Years – #49

We have been customers of Cornerstone Financial Credit Union for almost 5 years now and during the time I can honestly say I’ve not been happier with any other financial institution. Cornerstone goes above and beyond for their customers treating them as if they were their own family and truthfully...


60 Stories for 60 Years – #48

This year is my 30th year of banking with Cornerstone Financial Credit Union!!! I was first a member beginning in 1985 when you were “Educators Credit Union” at the Franklin, TN branch. You all have supported me through a divorce, through the death of my 2nd husband from cancer, you...


60 Stories for 60 Years – #47

Cornerstone’s newsletter title and motto “Focused on You” filtered through my experience is “focused on family.”  My husband and I signed up for a joint checking and savings account in 2008 when he joined the Austin Peay State University faculty.  We liked the idea of an educator’s credit union and...


60 Stories for 60 Years – #46

I lost my husband of 52 years in February.  I am in the process of selling our home and have moved to a very small apartment.  This has all been very hard. One of the bright spots was changing a checking account to Cornerstone.  I’m one of the people who...


60 Stories for 60 Years – #45

I joined Cornerstone many years ago when I began working for the school system.  In the early years my husband and I had one account at the credit union and one account at a bank in Franklin.  When my husband died, the bank was of no help to me at...

Handy-Banking-Options-Go-Mobile-web-ad
Access-to-Over-30,000-ATMs-web-ad
Auto-Loan