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Delta Community Announces New Leadership at Two Henry County Branches

Henry Herald

Delta Community Credit Union has announced new branch managers to oversee two of its locations in Henry County. The credit union recently named Angela Moon as the new head of its McDonough branch, and Daphne Osborne as the new head of its Stockbridge-Eagles Landing branch. Both are familiar faces in the community.

Moon, a Henry County resident for 24 years, was serving as the branch manager of Delta Community’s Buckhead-Midtown Branch for the past three years. She led that branch through a relocation and grand opening last year. With more than 30 years of experience in the banking industry, Moon is excited to bring her expertise in financial services to members in McDonough.

“I have always enjoyed living in Henry County and consider it a privilege to serve our members here, many who are friends and neighbors.” Moon said. “McDonough is flourishing as a major commerce center in the area, and I am excited to build new relationships with individuals and businesses in the community.”

Osborne is also familiar with the community. She will manage Delta Community’s Eagles Landing branch after previously serving as assistant branch manager at the credit union’s Stockbridge branch on Mt. Zion Parkway. Osborne has more than 17 years of experience in the banking industry, having served in managerial roles at Wells Fargo and Synovus Banks before joining Delta Community in 2022. In addition to her strong desire to deliver personal care and services to consumers, Osborne is also passionate about youth financial education.

“I take pride in being part of a not-for-profit financial institution, which allows me to make a difference in the lives of children and families through our various products, offerings and services,” Osborne said, “When members come to us for support, it is extremely rewarding to meet their needs whether they need help buying their first homes, planning for retirement or starting savings accounts for their children.”

Osborne and Moon both look forward to partnering with Henry County schools and organizations through the credit union’s array of community programs that provide financial literacy and education opportunities for local children and families.

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