HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union to open Kaua‘i branch Monday

  • Courtesy of HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union

    Pictured left to right: Mel Chiba, Senior Business Consultant; Karen Shigemoto, Lihu‘e Branch Manager; Morgan Lopez, Business Development Officer; Taylor Shigemoto, Member Engagement Director

LIHU‘E — HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union, the State’s largest credit union, is opening doors to its first full-service branch on the island of Kaua‘i starting Monday, June 28. The credit union’s Lihu‘e Branch is located in the Kukui Grove Center, next to Macy’s and across from Starbucks.

“Providing our members an exceptional experience is our commitment everywhere we go,” Karen Shigemoto, HawaiiUSA Lihu‘e Branch Manager, said in a press release. “That’s why when we were designing our first branch location here on Kaua‘i, we wanted to ensure it would allow us the opportunities to provide our members the products and services they need to reach their goals, as well as the ability to help foster financial education to further strengthen their financial wellness.”

The Lihu‘e Branch officially expands on services previously offered at HawaiiUSA’s previously open Community Outreach Office, which was also located at Kukui Grove Center.

HawaiiUSA’s Lihu‘e Branch is one of 14 in the Credit Union’s branch network located throughout O‘ahu, on Maui, Hawai‘i Island, and now Kaua‘i.

  1. Tonald Drump June 27, 2021 10:55 am Reply

    You’re opening a credit union because of new members. Targets employees. How much are Targets paying their employees?

    I don’t work for Targets. I work for a sales company on Honolulu. It’s a car company.

  2. Guy Holt June 27, 2021 11:40 am Reply

    what happened to KIFCU. Gather bank has given me problems after problems

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