Gesa opens its 12th branch — in Richland

June 19, 2013 

Gesa Credit Union opened its 12th full-service branch Wednesday at the intersection of University and Stevens drives in Richland.

The new branch in the Tri-Cities Research District features the first Personal Teller Machines in the Tri-Cities, according to Gesa officials. Members who use the machines can do typical transactions through live video tellers, including cashing checks, making deposits, transferring money and making loan payments.

“Our members who work in the Hanford area will appreciate the new technology innovations we have implemented with the opening of this branch,” said Christina Lethlean, Gesa president and CEO.

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