TCU Insurance experts advise reviewing insurance policies every couple of years to ensure you’re getting the discounts you deserve and discovering all the ways you can save.
TCU’s cybersecurity expert offers a few simple steps to protect yourself from online and telephone scams, which increase in times of crisis as criminals try to exploit our anxiety and empathy.
A philosophy of “people helping people” is at the heart of TCU’s mission. That’s why TCU is extending assistance to members who are facing financial challenges as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
TCU has increased its lending activities in Fort Wayne and throughout Allen County with the addition of new mortgage loan originators, processors and support personnel.
As the situation continues to change rapidly, our top priority remains the health, safety and well-being of our members and team members.
Jeff Sobieralski as been promoted to the new position of Director of Financial Wellness and Wellbeing where he will lead efforts to strengthen financial health for all members.
The 18th annual showcase of visual, performing and culinary artists will bring together thousands in downtown South Bend on Saturday, Aug. 15 for the city’s signature arts and cultural event.
TCU has named a new vice president of mortgage lending and added a commercial relationship manager and marketing manager to its team.
Congratulations to New Prairie's Chase Ketterer and Triton's Whytnie Miller, recipients of the W.B. Hawkins Award, a $1,000 scholarship in recognition of their achievements in academics, athletics and community service.
With 25 years of management, sales and customer service experience, Woodruff will lead TCU’s mortgage sales process to spearhead its growth.
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