Connie Taylor

Welcome to newest kid on the block

September 13, 2012 // 0 Comments

The Cedar Sapien family is growing! Have you noticed these tree people growing around town? Well, there is a new Cedar Sapien kid at the Re/MAX United office on the corner of Courtland and North Monroe streets. This Cedar Sapien tree was presented to Tom and Tracie Rich of Re/MAX United from Rockford Community Federal Credit Union and ELTAB Processing LLC. The newest tree kid on the block was given to the newest business on the block. If you have not noticed these trees around town, come take a walk and you will be able to find them outside Aunt Candy’s Toy Store, Kimberly’s Boutique, Rockford Community Federal Credit Union, The Grist Mill in Cannonsburg, as well as around some family homes, and now outside the new Re/MAX United office. Thank the artist/creator of the trees, Georgia Donovan, for bringing more fun and whimsy to our already magical town of Rockford!

Rockford credit union donates all profits of Ram Pride check sales

December 2, 2010 // 0 Comments

Rockford Community Federal Credit Union (RCFCU) is proud to announce its seventh year of selling the official “Ram Pride” checks. Profits from each box of checks are donated directly to the Rockford Public Schools. On Tuesday, Nov. 9, RCFCU’s CEO, Connie Taylor, along with financial teen advocate Emily Munslow and employees Cassandra Chartier and Josh Fortuna, with the help of the Rockford Rotary Club’s German exchange student, Julius Loebbecke, presented Superintendent of RPS Dr. Michael Shibler a check from proceeds of the 2009-2010 Rams checks.