Nearly 60,000 people call Mansfield home, as does the $796 million credit union, which is headquartered there. In 2012, Mansfield was ranked as one of the "Best Places to Live in the U.S." by CNN/Money Magazine.
The Best of Mansfield is an annual program that recognizes businesses and professionals in the city based on residents' nominations of local businesses they consider outstanding.
Texas Trust, with three convenient branches for Mansfield members and businesses, and 12 additional branches in surrounding cities, received the most nominations of the more than 20 financial institutions in the city, putting it at the top of the list.
"Serving our members well is the utmost priority of our employees," said Jim Minge, president of Texas Trust Credit Union. "Our members' opinions are of the utmost importance to us and help us determine how to constantly improve our service for them."
The Mansfield News Mirror, a weekly community publication of the Star-Telegram, is the sponsor of the Best of Mansfield awards.
About Texas Trust Credit Union
Texas Trust, one of the largest credit unions in North Texas and the 21st largest in Texas, provides financial services that enable members to build brighter financial futures. As a full-service financial institution, Texas Trust offers checking, savings, mortgages, credit cards, CDs, Money Market accounts, IRAs, and investment and insurance services. Its business services include SBA and conventional loans, electronic payment cards, checking and money market accounts, merchant card processing, online banking, insurance and the Employee Solutions Network. With assets of $796 million, Texas Trust operates in Dallas, Tarrant, and Henderson counties, as well as parts of Ellis and Johnson counties. It has 15 branches in Mansfield, Grand Prairie, Arlington, Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Hurst and Athens. Texas Trust is a federally insured financial institution. Deposits up to $250,000 are insured by the full faith of the federal government through the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). For more information, visit www.TexasTrustCU.org.