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Chemical Bank

ContactMichael Joyner
EmailMichael.Joyner@ChemicalBank.com
Address114 Commercial St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-2337

Chemical Bank is the second largest bank headquartered in Michigan, with assets of $6.3-billion as of September 30, 2013. Its commitment to Michigan runs deep. For 100 years and counting, Chemical Bank's hometown approach to banking has remained steadfast and focused on community banking, highlighted by local leadership and decision making, a devotion to community and personalized service.

Chemical Bank's 157 branches are divided amongst its 17 community banks, each of which has its own community board.

Chemical Bank is committed to delivering the guidance and support people need to plan for their future and to reach their financial goals. Using a team approach, the bank can provide you with an array of expertise than spans business, personal and investment services. Its experienced professionals spend much of their time working closely with you, and learning about your goals in order to develop financial solutions to help you meet your needs.

Chemical Bank is a member FDIC.

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Dowagiac Area Federal Credit Union

ContactCathy Merrill
EmailDAFCU@DAFCU.net
Address473 E. Division St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-2410
Fax269-782-9870

Dowagiac Area Federal Credit Union is a locally-operated and member-owned, non-profit financial institution. It provides services to anyone who lives or works in Dowagiac and the surrounding area, which includes Wayne, LaGrange, Silver Creek, Pokagon, Penn, Volinia, Marcellus, Decatur and Paw Paw townships in Cass and Van Buren counties.

Its products and services range from Savings and Checking Accounts to a Money Management Account, IRA and Term Share Accounts and even a Kid's Club. It also offers many types of loans to fit one's financial needs.

The credit union's Board of Directors is comprised of seven members who have been elected from the membership of the credit union. There is a three-member Supervisory Committee, which is appointed by the Board of Directors. Credit union volunteers give their time freely and receive no compensation.

The Dowagiac Area Federal Credit Union was organized in September 1972 by the Sundstrand employees. In 1978 it became a Community Chartered Credit Union.

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Fifth Third Bank

ContactBeatriz Jones
EmailBeatriz.Jones@53.com
Address205 S. Front St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-3412
Fax269-783-0010

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First Source Bank

ContactNancy Bourlier
Address223 S. Front St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-5121
Fax269-782-4228

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Greater Niles Community Federal Credit Union

ContactCarrie Parritt, Branch Manager
EmailCass@GNCFCU.org
Address1050 E. State Street
Cassopolis, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone(269) 445-1951

Experience the credit union difference.  Greater Niles Community Federal Credit Union is a non-profit, member-owned cooperative, which offers the full array of banking products.    

 

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Honor Credit Union

ContactJanie Reifenberg, Branch Manager
EmailJReifenberg@HonorCU.com
Address56337 M-51 South, PO Box 425
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-7900, 983.6357 ext. 3200

Honor Credit Union has been putting its members first since 1934. Staff remains true to its member promise, which is "Providing Solutions for Financial Success."  Service is available across the state of Michigan through online and mobile banking.  Members have access to many local fee-free ATMs, more than 35,000 affiliated ATMs nationwide and thousands of Shared Branches.

Since 2012, Honor Credit Union has been working with the Chieftain Student Credit Union, located within Dowagiac Middle School to improve financial literacy among area youth.

Honor Credit Union offers a full range of products and services, market-leading rates and various ways for its customers to access their money quickly and dependably.

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United Federal Credit Union

ContactLorie Owen
Email LOwen@Unitedfcu.com
Address123 Sycamore St.
Niles, MI 49120
(directions)
Telephone269-684-1151

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