Princeton FCU Celebrates Grand Opening of New Branch, Local Paper Town Topics Highlights Event

PRINCETON, N.J. – Princeton FCU (PFCU) celebrated the grand opening of its new branch on Alexander Road on Saturday, May 5th, which included a ribbon-cutting ceremony and other special events.

From left to right - Mayor Marathe of West Windsor; PFCU Directors Polly Griffin, Donna Tatro, Michael Denchak, Jr.; PFCU Board Chair Susan Murphy-LaMarche; PFCU CEO Sam Paulicelli; PFCU Vice Chair Laura Strickler; PFCU Secretary Shannan Gonzalez; PFCU Director Daniel Day; PFCU Treasurer Charles Jones.

Town Topics
, a local newspaper, covered this special event and interviewed CEO Sam Paulicelli about the history of Princeton FCU, the services they offer the community, and their members. “We continue to grow as people feel more confident in the economy; as their pay checks grow, they open additional accounts with us. For example, they may have started with a savings account, then opened a checking account, or obtained a loan.”

The new Alexander Road branch offers drive-up service and 24-hour drive-up ATM service.

Paulicelli said that the “people helping” philosophy drives Princeton FCU’s overall mission. “We serve a broad spectrum of members, at all financial stages,” he said. “We very much enjoy serving their needs, and we look forward to assisting people who face challenges and helping them to improve their financial well-being. We are happy to provide everyone with unique service.”

PFCU’s branch office is open Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m. to noon. For further information, call (609) 945-6200 or visit the Web site:

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