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WEST HAVEN, June 25, 2018 — Mayor Nancy R. Rossi cuts the ceremonial ribbon Saturday, June 16, to celebrate the grand reopening of USAlliance Financial at 1 Atwood Place, off Route 1.
From left, USAlliance Branch Manager Loren Wells, Councilwoman Robbin Watt Hamilton, D-5, USAlliance Consumer Lending Team Leader Hala Urban, Councilwoman Portia Bias, D-7, state Rep. Charles J. Ferraro, R-West Haven, and USAlliance Chairman George Barto, President and CEO Kris Van Beek and Doreen Bjorkman, vice president of branch service and operations.
USAlliance Financial was previously at 502 Main St. and is now with other small businesses and national tenants, such as the soon-to-be-opened Mooyah Burgers, Fries & Shakes, on the ground floor of The Atwood, a new $18 million, four-story, 90,150-square-foot apartment and commercial building.
USAlliance, open since 1966, provides banking services to more than 112,000 members. The federal credit union is a member-owned financial cooperative that provides banking services, including savings, loans and other financial services.
(Contributed Photo/West Haven Chamber of Commerce)