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.
The competition will include the presentation of the W.B. Hawkins Award, named in honor of TCU's President and CEO from 1962-87. A $1,000 scholarship will go to both a boys and girls Hawkins Award recipient.
By partnering with nonprofits like Elkhart County’s HEA, whose new apprenticeship program creates a pathway from high school to upwardly-mobile careers, TCU supports organizations that strengthen our communities.
With 25 years of management, sales and customer service experience, Woodruff will lead TCU’s mortgage sales process to spearhead its growth.
To help you monitor your spending habits and cut expenses, here are easy ways you can save every day.
No matter what your current stage of life, there are financial steps you can take to ensure a secure retirement. Learn more about how to prepare to make the most of your golden years.
Find out more about the generous returns and other perks that will make you want to use your debit card even more.
Members are encouraged to use the nearby Lincolnway West and Jefferson service centers during the remodeling.
Building a company is no easy task. TCU offers suggestions on how to keep your business on a trajectory to success.
Investment Services and Mortgage Services announces new appointments and promotions within its Indianapolis, South Bend, Warsaw and Niles, Michigan offices.
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