Learn About HRCU
Holy Rosary Credit Union is a state chartered and federally insured community credit union. We have been serving the people of New Hampshire since 1962.
Holy Rosary Credit Union was founded by a small group of parishioners of Holy Rosary Church in Rochester, New Hampshire. This group was formed to provide assistance and advice to people who otherwise would not have easy access by traditional means. Over the years we have grown into a full-service community credit union. We take pride in having added the most convenient and up-to-date services without losing the compassion and personalized service that is responsible for our growth and the loyalty of our membership. We know that we have made a difference in people's lives.
HRCU will be a leader in facilitating financial success & financial wellness as a convenient and trusted partner.
HRCU is a responsible, community-focused organization members can trust to help them achieve their financial goals by demonstrating compassion, embracing innovation, remaining flexible and delivering exceptional service.
A message from HRCU's President & CEO, Brian Hughes
2016 was an exciting year for HRCU and one that continued to reinforce our mission of being a successful, trusted, and community-focused credit union. From improving our members’ experience in the branch and through technology to being active in our community we have worked hard to help our members better achieve their financial goals and improve the lives of those in our community.
At HRCU, we are committed to bringing our members the very latest in technology and the best member service available. In February, we were proud to reopen our Brock Street lobby after an extensive redesign and expansion. Member convenience and comfort, along with expanded services, were priorities for us in the project and the open concept design and enhanced one-on-one member interaction through dialogue banking allows us to better address the needs of today’s members. Our financial partners, Northeast Planning Associates and Bernier Insurance, are also able to provide more benefits through greater access in financial planning and insurance products and services.
With the success of the Brock Street branch improvement, and in keeping with our goal of providing exceptional service to our members, we decided to bring the same design concept to Dover. In the spring of 2017, the Dover branch will reopen as a dialogue banking branch and offer enhanced services to our members, including a state of the art interactive teller machine, HRCU Live.
HRCU remains financially strong to meet our members’ needs and help them achieve their goals. In 2016, our financials showed tremendous
growth and strong performance for our membership. Asset, loan and deposit growth all exceeded expectations. Now at almost $250 million in assets, $224 million in deposits and $181 million in loans, HRCU has more than doubled in growth over the last ten years. As a local financial institution, we take great pride that deposits are all local and we use those funds to distribute loans to our neighbors right here in our community. HRCU, although a not for profit, is not a charitable organization. We lend with compassion and flexibility but we also are responsible knowing we have our members to answer to. The return of income to our members capital is very strong. We do this while keeping our fees low, rates very competitive and making significant investments in technology and facilities. I am proud to say we work very hard to manage our financials for sustainability to serve our members now and well into the future.
2017 will be an exciting year for HRCU. We look forward to many positive changes with new technology being introduced in Dover and continued improvements to our mobile technology. Exceptional member service remains a top priority for us just as our commitment to the community will remain strong and continue to grow.
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Board of Directors
Dana Flanders – Chairman
Ronald Vachon – Vice Chairman
Paul Auger - Treasurer
Nancy Gilbert - Secretary
Don Doyon – Chairman
Council of Trustees
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