Ball State Federal Credit Union Thanks Campus Police Dept With Pizza Party

Officers enjoy a free lunch provided by the Ball State Federal Credit Union held at the university police department. Photo providedOfficers enjoy a free lunch provided by the Ball State Federal Credit Union held at the university police department. Photo provided

By: Chrissy Stefani—

Muncie, Indiana – Ball State Federal Credit Union, a full service financial institution with a main office, student center branch, and ATM locations to serve members in Muncie and Yorktown, provided a free pizza party for the Ball State University Campus Police Department.  In the spirit of service, the lunch is a small way to say thank you to them for their hard work and dedication to our community.

Most of the attendees for the lunch held at the University Police Department are pictured. Photo provided.

The credit union brought a variety of Greek’s specialty pizzas and Insomnia Cookies from the heart of the village to the University’s Police Department.  The pizza and cookies served 17 of the police department’s team members.

This is the credit union’s second year of having lunch with the police department, a tradition that the credit union is honored to continue.  The idea of the lunch launched from the campus PD’s own Lunch with a Cop program.  “I remember it was near Valentine’s Day last year when I saw their social media post inviting students to have lunch with an officer, for free.”  said Chrissy Stefani, Ball State Federal Credit Union’s VP/HR & Marketing.  “What a tremendous opportunity for a student, and I thought we should do the same for the police department!”

Lieutenant Terrell Smith of the Ball State University Police Department said about the event “I truly appreciate you and all of the administrators at the Credit Union for providing this luncheon for our officers and staff, as well as your continuous support of the Ball State Police Department. Thank you so much.”

“The BSU Campus Police have always gone out of their way to take fantastic care of us here at the credit union.” said Randy Glassburn, President/CEO of Ball State Federal Credit Union.  “This is a fun way to say thank you and share a little springtime cheer!”

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Ball State Federal Credit Union is a mid-sized credit union primarily serving member and relatives of the Ball State University community and others through its offices in Delaware County, Indiana.  Offering a full suite of financial services, BSFCU embraces its member’s affiliation with Ball State University as well as it’s not for profit status and its reputation for providing members service that consistently exceeds expectations. Find out more at