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April 2nd, 2020

60 Stories for 60 Years – # 59

When I came to Nashville, in 1980 to begin my teaching assignment with Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, I inquired where I should do my banking? I was told to go to the Credit Union and the only one I saw was Cornerstone, however, I soon learned the person was talking about the one on campus.  I know that I chose the right one.  I have been banking with you all since 1980 and have no intention of leaving.  I always find the employees friendly and most know my name, so I don’t have to keep showing my driver’s license.  Everyone is quite helpful when I have a concern and mostly they seem to love it when I bring my dogs with me.  After retiring from teaching Grad School I became a volunteer with Retrieving Independence I and go to a prison and train prisoners to train service dogs. For over 12 years I have been a Pet Partner where I take Daisy my pet therapy dog to Centennial Hospital to visit patients.  Charlie, my other dog, is a service dog who alerts diabetic patients when their sugar is high or low.  These two are so welcomed at Cornerstone and most of the time they get loved on and treated.  What more can one ask in a bank?


Member since 1980



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