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Black Hills FCU announces merger with CR Community First Federal Credit Union

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Rapid City, SD – Black Hills Federal Credit Union, based in Rapid City, SD, announced a recent merger with CR Community First Federal Credit Union of Eagle Butte. CR Community First was chartered in 2007 to serve the Cheyenne River Reservation and Ziebach and Dewey counties. On September 4, 2012, members of CR Community First FCU officially became members of Black Hills FCU.
“In the short time we’ve been here, we have found people are very interested in the not-for-profit, cooperative style of financial services. They have made us feel very welcomed,” said Roger Heacock, Black Hills FCU President and CEO.
Businesses and individuals, who live, work, worship, or attend school in Ziebach or Dewey counties are now eligible for membership in Black Hills FCU. The Cheyenne River Member Service Center is located within the Eagle Butte Housing Authority.
“Our members in the area will appreciate expanded services, great rates, local decisions, and exceptional service,” said DeeAnn Dietrich, Black Hills FCU Vice President of Loans and Member Services. “Additionally, we bring to the Cheyenne River Reservation our commitment to financial education, credit building, and community involvement.”
Black Hills FCU offers a full slate of financial products and services for individuals and businesses.

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