Navy Federal Savings Union has opened a branch in the Port Orchard area, next to Safeway at the intersection of Bethel and Lund. (Courtesy photo)

Navy Federal Savings Union has opened a branch in the Port Orchard area, next to Safeway at the intersection of Bethel and Lund. (Courtesy photo)

Navy Federal Savings now in Port Orchard

Branch is sixth in Puget Sound area

PORT ORCHARD — Navy Federal Credit Union has expanded its footprint to include Port Orchard.

The credit union last week opened a branch in Port Orchard next to Subway in the Safeway shopping quadrant at 3311 Bethel Avenue SE. The new location is Navy Federal’s 347th branch worldwide and the sixth branch in the Puget Sound area, according to credit union officials.

The Port Orchard branch is offering full banking services, according to a company news release, that include instant-issue debit cards, notary services, motgage counseling, lending services and 24-hour ATM access.

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