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Your Monthly Texell Member Newsletter

November 2023

IMAGE: Black bar with text Holiday Closings - Texell branches will be closed for the following holidays:

      • Veterans Day — Saturday, November 11 Branches and Contact Center
      • Thanksgiving — Thursday - Friday, November 23 - 24 Direct deposits will post on Friday

You can always get cash at any ATM and conduct transactions through Digital Banking or ANDI — our automated phone system.

IMAGE: Dad hugging daughter on front porch with text More room for your family

Make room for your growing family.

Texell’s Home Loan Heroes can search for the right loan so that you have a home with plenty of space. Your home is more than a loan, and we're ready to help you check all the boxes. Apply online or contact our mortgage team.¹

Visit with Texell’s Home Loan Heroes
Call: 254.774.5104

¹ With approved credit. NMLS #460152.


IMAGE: Bauer Financial logo with text 5-star rating from Bauer Financial

Texell Credit Union again earned the distinguished five-star, superior rating from Bauer Financial, the nation’s leading credit union and bank rating and research firm. For over 33 years, Texell has made Bauer’s recommended credit union list, this being the 133rd consecutive quarter.

“Texell Credit Union is dedicated to providing excellent service backed by sound financial stewardship,” said Tony Hale, President & CEO of Texell Credit Union. “Our credit union is well-capitalized and positioned to serve our members for long-term prosperity. This rating signifies that Texell members are part of a financially sound credit union that surpasses regulatory standards,” Hale continued.

Learn more in our press release.


IMAGE: Couple walking on beach with text The best rates have always been at Texell

You won't find a better rate — 6-month CDs at % APY1

In response to recent federal funds rate changes, we’ve increased rates on some Certificate terms, as well as our Save First Accounts. Specifically designed to power your emergency fund, Texell’s Save First Accounts offer a high-yield rate that encourages you to save.

Certificates Rates

term APY1
6-month 5.30%
12-month 5.05%


Save First Rates

 Balance Tier
$0 To $499.99 0.40%
$500 to $25,000 7.00%
$25,000.01+ 0.40%

If you have funds at another financial institution, now is the perfect time to transfer those funds to Texell and turn your savings into earnings. You can open accounts quickly and easily in Digital Banking.

To open a Certificate or Save First account, log in to Digital Banking and select ‘Add an Account’.

1 APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Rate effective 9/20/2023 and is subject to change. Penalty for early withdrawal. $1,000 minimum balance to open certificate and earn dividends. Accounts are insured up to $500,000 through a combination of federal and private insurance. $250,000 insurance provided by NCUA and $250,000 insurance provided by Excess Share Insurance Corporation (ESI).
2 APY = Annual Percentage Yield. 7.00% APY is current as of 10/1/23. Rate may change after account opened and subject to change without notice. The 7.00% APY is earned on balances from $500 to $25,000. Dividends are paid quarterly and deposited into the Save First Account. The maximum balance for Save First Accounts is $25,000 and deposits that exceed the maximum balance will be deposited into the primary savings account.

IMAGE: Grandmother hugging grandkids with text Join Us for Our Seminar: 5 Critical Documents Every Texan Needs

Estate planning is less about you and more about those you love.

Learn about the 5 critical documents everyone needs in our seminar.

When: Tuesday, November 7 • 5:30–7:00 p.m.
Where: Hilton Garden Inn, 1749 Scott Blvd. in Temple, TX 76504
Cost: $5 for individuals, $7.50 for couples
Presented by: Elisa Dillard Rainey, Founding Attorney at Rainey and Rainey, Attorneys at Law, LP.

As an attorney with more than two decades of legal experience, Elisa Dillard Rainey devotes her legal practice exclusively to elder law and estate planning. She is an adjunct professor of elder law at the Baylor University School of Law and is proud to be a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, an honor bestowed upon less than 1% of lawyers in Texas.

Don’t delay! Reserve your seat today at Eventbrite.

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