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April 4th, 2020

60 Stories for 60 Years

60 Stories for 60 Years- #60

I opened my first account with Educator’s Credit Union as a young teacher at the Hickory Hollow Branch.  One of the tellers was always very friendly and extremely helpful.  Fast forward several years and I began working in the Hillsboro area.  When I began banking at the Hillsboro branch I... Continue Reading >

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... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years- #58

Cornerstone Financial is part of my life’s history. How can it possibly be 60 years?? In the early days, my father, a wise and thrifty minister and educator, opened savings and checking accounts at Cornerstone Financial for mother and himself and savings accounts when I was a a younge child... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years- #57

Cornerstone has been another family to us! Everyone is always so kind and welcoming which made us move all of our business to the Franklin location and cancel our BoA accounts. BoA treated us like another number on their monthly reports, but CFCU was family from the day we walked... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years – #56

My parents helped me start my first savings account at Cornerstone Financial Credit Union several years ago, At the time we opened the account, CFCU was having a promotion where they matched my first $25 deposit. I was so excited to receive such a nice and generous start to my... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years – #55

I first learned about Cornerstone when I started a new job at MTSU in 2011.  My then-fiancé and I were going to be married in less than a month, and we were also shopping for a new (to us) car.  Cornerstone had great rates and such friendly, helpful customer service,... Continue Reading >

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... Continue Reading >

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... Continue Reading >

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.... Continue Reading >

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... Continue Reading >