Poughkeepsie, NY – June 16, 2008
Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union announced today that Patrick K. Mason has been named Branch Manager of the credit union’s office in the Town of Ulster, New York, which will open in July. Mr. Mason will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the branch office, overseeing the credit union’s efforts to help members and potential members satisfy their needs for financial products and services. Mr. Mason reports to Diane Morgan, Branch Lead Manager for Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union.
The new office, located at the intersection of Route 9W and Grant Avenue, will be 5,870 square feet in size when it opens next month. It will be the credit union’s first retail office in Ulster County. The facility will provide space for six teller windows, five offices for financial service representatives, two drive-up teller lanes, one drive-up ATM and one lobby ATM.
Mr. Mason comes to Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union with several years of retail sales experience. Most recently, he was a Sales Manager at Lowe’s Home Improvement in Poughkeepsie, New York. Prior to that, he held Store Manager positions at Bombay Company in Danbury, Connecticut, and Pier 1 Imports in Mohegan Lake, New York.
Mr. Mason attended Nichols College in Dudley, Massachusetts. He resides in Highland, New York, with his family.
Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union is a community chartered credit union offering personal financial services to more than 200,000 members. It is currently in the middle of a major branch expansion program. Of late, new offices have opened in Middletown, New York; Pleasant Valley, New York; and Poughkeepsie. A new office recently was opened in Newburgh, New York, replacing a facility that the credit union had outgrown after 10 years of operation.
The credit union has more than $2 billion in assets. In addition to the new Ulster County office, Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union serves its members through 10 branch locations in Dutchess and Orange Counties, four branches within IBM facilities in Dutchess County, a nationwide network of 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs, Internet banking, online bill payment, and 24-hour account access by telephone.