Greenville, SC – Greenville Heritage Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce that John Castile, City Manager for the City of Greenville, was appointed by unanimous vote of the GHFCU Board of Directors at the October board meeting to fill the unexpired term of Mr. Derrick Brown who passed away unexpectedly in late August.
“The Board of Directors of Greenville Heritage Federal Credit Union is very pleased that Mr. John Castile has accepted the opportunity to serve our Credit Union. As the current City Manager for the City of Greenville and a longtime member of Greenville Heritage FCU, Mr. Castile brings a wealth of personal and professional experience that will be of great benefit to our members,” said Tom McDowell, chairman of the GHFCU Board of Directors.
“It is a privilege and an honor to serve as a board member of Greenville Heritage Federal Credit Union. As a longtime member, my financial relationship with the Credit Union has made many of my dreams become a reality. I am looking forward to assisting the board in doing the same for our current and future credit union members,” said John Castile.
For more information on Greenville Heritage FCU, its products or services, please call 467.4160 or visit the credit union’s website at www.greenvilleheritage.com.
Greenville Heritage Federal Credit Union was established in 1941 as a not-for-profit financial institution to serve City of Greenville employees. Later the charter was expanded to include Greenville County employees and various other select employee groups. Now, Greenville Heritage has a community charter and anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Greenville County can join. Greenville Heritage FCU has a full range of financial products and services designed to improve the financial lives of its members.