WSECU to Open Branch in Tacoma

Whether you call it the “City of Destiny,” “Grit City” or “T-Town,” Tacoma will soon have a new WSECU branch to call its own.

WSECU, based in Olympia, Washington, announced it will be opening a Tacoma branch in the James Center commercial area on South 19th Street and Mildred at the beginning of June. It will be the credit union’s 24th branch location.

“We’re so excited to be back in Tacoma for our members here,” said Lisa Beach, Tacoma branch manager. “The space will have a neighborhood feel and our team is already looking forward to helping members with everything they need, from day-to-day transactions to helping with big purchases and long-term goals.”

­­In addition to the convenient location in the shopping center, the 2,760 square-foot branch will feature a walk-up ATM and night depository for round-the-clock services.

The branch marks a return for WSECU to Washington’s third largest city following a 15-plus year absence.

The Tacoma location will be WSECU’s third in Pierce County, which include branches in Lakewood and Puyallup. They also have a branch in Federal Way/NE Tacoma.

The opening comes at a time of strong growth for WSECU. In 2022, membership grew by more than 5% and just recently surpassed 300,000 members for the institution, which will celebrate its 66th year in operation this summer.

Posted in Regional Member News, Washington.