In Iowa, $68 million Des Moines Police Officers’ Credit Union has changed its name to Serve Credit Union, the CU said Thursday.

The now Serve CU, which is one of the oldest credit unions in the Hawkeye State, began serving Des Moines police officers in 1931. In later years, the credit union expanded its field of membership from law enforcement to include first responders, government employees, school employees and their families.

Serve Credit Union praised its members for the years of trust and loyalty.

“Serve Credit Union remains committed to providing our members with highly competitive and convenient financial products and services that our members have come to know and trust, and the announced name change is a crucial part of that commitment moving forward,” Jami Weems, Serve Credit Union’s CEO, said in a statement. “Over the past few years Serve Credit Union has grown to include a wider base of members and this growth has led to three full service branch locations.”

The staff of Serve Credit Union in Des Moines, Iowa, shows off their new gear after the CU changed its name this week.
The staff of Serve Credit Union in Des Moines, Iowa, shows off their new gear after the CU changed its name this week.

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