PITTSFIELD, Mass. (7/26/11)--Two Massachusetts credit unions announced a merger Monday that is slated to take effect at the end of the month. Greylock FCU, a $1.24 billion asset credit union based in Pittsfield, Mass, and Steinerfilm Employees FCU, a $290,000 asset credit union based in Williamstown, Mass., have announced plans to merge, effective July 29. Both organizations have approved the merger, and approval from the NCUA has been granted. With the merger, Steinerfilm Employees FCU’s assets will be assumed by Greylock. As of July 29, Steinerfilm members will receive all of the benefits available to Greylock’s more than 70,000 members, including: access to all 13 branches and 18 ATM local locations; access to 28,000 nationwide Co-Op network ATMs; expanded branch and telephone center service hours; and free online services. Steinerfilm members will have access to additional services, including mortgage loans, small-business services, investments and insurance products.