MemberHaven partners with FAA Credit Union to Offer Insurance to Members
MemberHaven Insurance announces a partnership to offer personal insurance services with FAA Credit Union, beginning on Friday, May 1. This new partnership makes it the seventh credit union to participate with MemberHaven in the Oklahoma marketplace.
“We’re very excited about the opportunity to work with FAA Credit Union’s members and staff to serve their insurance needs,” said Jeana Courtois, Director of MemberHaven. “FAA Credit Union has a notable record with high quality member service and we plan to grow this partnership for several years,” said Courtois.
Steve Rasmussen, FAA Credit Union’s President and CEO states, “FAA Credit Union continually searches for new and helpful services to provide to our members, and MemberHaven's insurance solution is a perfect addition. We are excited to partner with MemberHaven because our members will enjoy the additional services they offer.”
There’s a reason people choose to do business with their credit union versus traditional banking institutions. The same holds true with insurance agencies. MemberHaven was created to bring credit union members the same level of care, concern and expertise in insurance and risk management as they are accustomed to receiving in the financial arena. Like a member's credit union, MemberHaven's primary goal is to be each member's partner in making sure their assets are protected so they never have to live in a smaller home, drive an older car or live a lesser lifestyle because something unexpected happens.
MemberHaven is an independent insurance agency owned by a group of the strongest and most innovative credit unions in the state of Oklahoma. Like their owner credit unions, MemberHaven was founded on the same philosophies and principles their members have come to know and count on. MemberHaven’s sole focus is being each member's trusted partner in assessing their risk exposures, and providing insurance coverage that is tailored to their needs and represents the best value.