Choose St Marys Credit Union
Work with St. Marys Credit Union for a financial partner thats conveniently local and offers competitive rates. Based right here in Massachusetts, we offer personalized support and do all processing and decision-making close to home, not in some out-of-state headquarters. To learn more, contact us today or visit one of our locations in Middlesex, Worcester, Norfolk, and Suffolk counties.
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Rates may vary based on your creditworthiness and repayment options
|Loan to Value Rate||Rate|
|70% LTV – 5 Years Fixed||4.00% APR*|
|70% LTV – 10 Years Fixed||4.50% APR*|
|80% LTV – 15 Years Fixed||5.00% APR*|
|80% LTV – 20 Years Fixed||5.50% APR*|
|80% LTV – Up to 30 Years Fixed, 5 Year Balloon||4.75% APR*|
|81%-90% LTV – Up to 30 Years Fixed, 5 Year Balloon||5.75% APR*|
Home Equity Line of Credit
|Loan to Value Rate||Rates|
|Prime Rate + 1/2% – Adjusted Quarterly|
1st Mortgage Loans
|Contact Us For Current Rates & Criteria|
|2.00% APR* Over Certificate Rate|
|Up to 60 Months||9.90% APR*|
*APR is the Annual Percentage Rate. Your rate may vary based on your creditworthiness and repayment option. Standard loan policies and procedures apply. Loan approval subject to credit qualifications. Membership eligibility required.
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*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Subject to credit approval. Some restrictions apply.APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Membership eligibility is required. Federally insured by the NCUA. St. Marys & Affiliates Credit Union is an Equal Housing Opportunity Lender. St. Marys & Affiliates Credit Union is a full-service financial institution serving Adams, Dane, Iowa, Juneau, Rock, and Sauk Counties.
In The Spirit Of People Helping People We Assist Our Members In Achieving Financial Health
St. Marys & Affiliates Credit Union was incorporated as St. Marys Employees Credit Union in late 1959 and first opened its doors for business in early 1960. The Credit Union served the hospital employees and their immediate family members and had a total of 104 members by year-end. During the 1980s many new services were added including checking accounts, travelers checks, ATM cards, and second mortgage loans. With St. Clare Hospital employees and Stoughton Hospital employees joining our membership in 1978 and 1987 respectively, the Credit Union grew from $650,000 in assets in 1980 to $5,000,000 by 1990. New employee groups affiliated with St. Marys Hospital Medical Center were added to our membership, which prompted us to change our name to St. Marys & Affiliates Credit Union to better reflect the diversity of our membership. We are open to the community and ready to serve anyone that works or lives in Adams, Dane, Iowa, Juneau, Rock, or Sauk Counties.
Our Core Values
Demonstrate empathy, support and concern for the financial needs and challenges of our members.
Benefits of a Credit Union
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Owned & Managed By People Like You To Benefit Our Members
Once you join St. Marys & Affiliates Credit Union, you become a member-owner. That means you have a say in how we do business. Each member has a vote at our annual meeting that determines who serves on our Board of Directors. You can even volunteer to be on our Board. As a not-for profit financial institution, we are able to offer lower rates on loans, higher rates on dividends, and lower service fees.
St Marys Credit Union Donates $10k More To The United Way
Holding a $10,000 check to the United Way of Tri-County are, from left, Heather Pedersen, mortgage originator, St. Mary’s Credit Union Tom Seymour, board of directors, St. Mary’s Credit Union Barbara LaGrenade, director of Marlborough Community Cupboard, United Way of Tri-County Maria Penniman, vice president, retail services, St. Mary’s Credit Union and Billy Castillo, AVP, branch manager, St. Mary’s Credit Union.
St. Marys Credit Union has made a second $10,000 donation to the United Way of Tri-Countys Food Bank to assist those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. St. Marys Credit Union continues in their commitment to be here for our members and the communities we serve. The need at both of the United Way of Tri-Countys two food banks, the Marlborough Community Cupboard and the Pearl Street Cupboard & Café in Framingham, is so high right now we put together a program to support our communities, said Nicole Curtin, senior vice president of marketing for St. Marys Credit Union. On April 17, St. Marys committed to donate $250 for every mortgage closing through June 30. This second $10,000 donation brings the total to $20,000.
St. Marys Credit Union is a $930 million financial institution headquartered in Marlborough. The credit unions branches are in Marlborough, Hudson, Northborough, Westborough and Framingham. For more information, visit stmaryscu.org.
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Obtuse Interface Slow Clunky Broken
Love the Saint Mary’s Credit Union. App, not so much – Unacceptable theses days. Less than a year ago the App worked great. Now App keeps getting worse. Designed by people who don’t use the features. For example, on some edits, need to scroll through multiple pages of other unrelated settings first to edit a check box – when I press edit, it should go right to the edit data. Warnings of an incorrect typing are hidden and need to be searched for – found by accident. Email alerts are flaky on some email addresses that are successfully used by my brokerage company. I could go on, but it does no good. Unfortunately, if I find another institution with a more reliable App, I will move my money.
St Marys Credit Union Appoints Four To Senior Leadership Positions
MARLBOROUGH St. Marys Credit Union recently announced the promotion of four officers and two additions to its Senior Management Team.
Jim Petkewich is now serving as St. Marys Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
John Hendrikse has been appointed as Senior Vice President and Senior Lending Officer.
Christine Monteiro has been promoted to the role of Senior Vice President of Retail.
Sarah Day has been appointed to the role of Senior Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer.
Petkewich brings 38 years of banking and financial services management experience to his new role. He had previously served as St. Marys Executive Vice President of Retail Services, where he was responsible for the credit unions retail branches, member solutions center and facilities department. His new role adds deposit services, compliance and marketing to that list of duties.
Outside of St. Marys, Petkewich serves on the Finance Committee of the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce and is a past Board Member of the United Way of MetroWest. Hes coached the Special Olympics Massachusetts Nashoba Shooting Stars Ski Team since 2014 and is a former Board Member and President of both Leominster Pop Warner and the Leominster Blue Devils Football Club.
Under his leadership, the credit union has built one of the top Indirect Loan programs in Massachusetts, a press release announcing these promotions noted of Hendriske.
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