OnPoint to Open New Branches in the Tigard, Tualatin, Orchards, and Johnson Creek Fred Meyer Stores

6/17/2021

OnPoint Community Credit Union announced today it will open new branches in Fred Meyer’s Tigard, Tualatin, Johnson Creek, and Orchards stores in late June and July 2021. OnPoint is also slated to open four more branches within Fred Meyer locations in the coming months. With the opening of the final four branches, OnPoint will operate a total of 55 branches across Oregon and Southwest Washington by the end of 2021.

“Access to financial expertise and resources remains critical as our community continues to face economic challenges like rising home prices, fluctuating interest rates, and a backlogged supply chain,” said Rob Stuart, President and CEO, OnPoint Community Credit Union. “Serving our members directly within Fred Meyer stores allows us to meet them where they are and provide direct support on their journey toward financial wellness. We look forward to growing alongside the Tigard, Tualatin, Orchards, and Johnson Creek communities by building financial growth and well-being, one person at a time.”

These four new branches are part of the largest branch expansion in the credit union’s history. In celebration of these latest openings, OnPoint will donate $10,000 to local organizations serving Washington County, Clark County, and Southeast Portland.

Each new OnPoint in-store branch will provide members with a complete suite of financial services, including membership enrollment, consumer and commercial lending, mortgages, financial planning, ATM, and notarization. OnPoint’s new branches will also offer existing and new members special grand opening offers through the end of the year, including a $200 bonus for new members.

With the opening of these four branches, OnPoint will create 31 new jobs across these local economies.

Orchards Branch, Vancouver, WA — Opening June 29

Ruvim Kruzhkov will serve as Branch Manager of OnPoint’s new Orchards location. Kruzhkov has served in the financial services industry for 14 years as a Teller, Personal Banker, Assistant Manager, Branch Manager, and Multiple Site Branch Manager. He is originally from Krasnodar, Russia, and moved to the United States in 1990. Kruzhkov, his wife, and three children enjoy camping and spending time outdoors, especially at the Oregon coast’s dunes.

OnPoint will donate $2,500 to F.I.S.H. of Orchards, Inc, an emergency food and clothing bank located in East Clark County Washington. Founded in 1977, F.I.S.H of Orchards, Inc provides food and clothing to families and individuals in need every week at no charge. With a team of all volunteers, it serves over 5000 residents monthly.

Johnson Creek Branch, Portland — Opening June 30

Katie Koval will serve as Branch Manager of OnPoint’s new Johnson Creek location. Koval has 15 years of experience in the financial services industry and has worked at OnPoint since 2011. She previously served as a Float Teller, Member Services Representative, Member Relationship Officer, Teller Coordinator, Branch Operations Supervisor, and Senior Assistant Branch Manager. Koval and her husband live in Milwaukie and she enjoys traveling in her spare time.

OnPoint will donate $2,500 to Northwest Family Services (NWFS), a Portland-based organization that supports family stability, child well-being, and victims of crime by focusing on the social influences of health. Since 1983, NWFS has worked to reduce poverty through health, education, employment, and social justice services. NWFS offers many programs and services, including health and social service navigation, job readiness and placement, youth prevention and intervention programs, and more.

Tualatin Branch, Tualatin, OR — Opening July 9

Nicole Harmon-Clark will serve as Branch Manager of OnPoint’s new Tualatin location. Harmon-Clark has served in the financial services industry for 12 years and has worked at OnPoint since 2012. She previously served as a Teller Coordinator, Member Relationship Officer, Small Business Specialist, and Senior Assistant Branch Manager. Harmon-Clark lives in Washington County with her wife, cat, and chocolate Labrador puppy. In her spare time, she loves to hike, spend time outdoors, visit local breweries and wineries, and listen to music.

OnPoint will donate $2,500 to Chelsea’s Closet, a rolling dress-up closet that provides monthly dress-up parties for seriously ill children at children’s hospitals. The Chelsea Hicks Foundation introduced the Chelsea’s Closet dress‐up program to OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in March 2010. Today, Chelsea’s Closet visits OHSU Doernbecher and Randall Children’s Hospitals monthly, with a permanent “closet” at Randall in the oncology department. Chelsea’s Closet aims to provide hope, healing, and smiles to seriously ill children from all Oregon counties, reaching more than 2,300 children and their families each year.

Tigard Branch, Tigard, OR — Opening July 13

Marina Mijares will serve as Branch Manager of OnPoint’s new Tigard location. Mijares has 13 years of experience in the financial services industry and has worked at OnPoint since 2011. She previously served as a Teller, Member Service Representative, Teller Coordinator, Member Relationship Officer, Business Member Specialist, and Assistant Branch Manager. She lives in Washington County with her husband, three children, and cat. In her spare time, Mijares reads, studies, and enjoys spending time with her family. She also enjoys attending rock concerts, traveling, and visiting breweries and wineries.

OnPoint will donate $2,500 to Community Warehouse, a local furniture bank focused on connecting furnishings to Portland-area residents in need. For 20 years, Community Warehouse has collected donated home goods and worked with community organizations and social service agencies to get items into the homes of those that need them the most. In response to COVID-19, Community Warehouse delivered more than 450 Home2Go kits, dressers filled with home goods such as pots and pans, dishes, and sheets. Community Warehouse is dedicated to creating more thriving communities through stronger home foundations and has served 7,800 residents since 2012.

 

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