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April 4th, 2020

General News

Start IRA in College.

I plan to have an IRA set up by the time I start college so that I can begin saving for retirement. Along with an IRA, I currently have a savings account set up in which $50 is automatically transferred from my checking account. That savings account is available for... 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- #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,... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years – #43

Thirty years is a long time to maintain a positive relationship. As a young teacher over thirty years ago, my membership in Cornerstone Financial Credit Union began when it was named Educators Credit Union. In a one room office on the second floor of the old Howell School building, Mr.... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years – #41

I reflect about the wonderful service that was given to me by Mrs. Jessie. Jessie was the one whom told me about Cornerstone around 1996.  She would always say hi to me and took time to talk and she did that with everyone.  You always left feeling better after met... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years- #39

I brought my son to the credit union when he turned 16 to open his own checking/savings accounts.  He felt like an adult when he left with his first debit card.   And I continue to appreciate the kindness that the staff showed to him that day and going forward.   They... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years- #38

My husband and I moved to Clarksville, TN from Michigan about two years ago.  When we went to open our account with Cornerstone, the lady who was helping us told us that she was from Michigan as well!  She came from a town in Michigan that was very close to... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years- #37

Was in Myrtle Beech on vacation and had car problems and needed my credit card limit upped $500 dollars. At first they wouldn’t do it but after speaking with a supervisor they did up my limit and I was able to get my Porsche fixed and make it back home... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years – #24

Cornerstone was there with me for my first car. After graduating college and getting my first job, my car decided not to transition into the real world with me. I just started an account with Cornerstone a couple months before at the Murfreesboro location.  The wonderful staff there helped me... Continue Reading >

60 Stories for 60 Years – #23

Cornerstone/Educators Credit Union has been my only bank for about 40 years.  I began teaching and opened accounts for my husband and myself.  We moved to Williamson County and the Franklin office became “our branch”. I always tell everyone they always treat us fairly and know us and our children... Continue Reading >