During the Summit Awards Banquet that was held on May 4th at the Delta Marriott Convention Center in Fargo, North Dakota, several credit unions were recognized for significant milestones marking years of service to their communities. Please join us in congratulating the following credit unions!
One credit union celebrating 85 years of service:
Postal Family Federal Credit Union. Based in Fargo, ND this credit union serves North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota United States Postal Service employees and their families, USPS retirees and USPS related organizations. Established on January 15, 1936 as Fargo Postal Employees’ Federal Credit Union with a field of membership “five-mile radius of Fargo,” the credit union now holds $26M in assets and has nearly 2,400 members. (Photo above.)
Three credit unions celebrating 80 years of service:
Black Hills Federal Credit Union. Originally chartered as Black Hills Federal Credit Union in Rapid City on March 19, 1941, this credit union serves more than 80,000 members and holds over $1.6B in assets with locations in Rapid City, Custer, Eagle Butte, Hot Springs, Pierre, Sioux Falls, Spearfish, Sturgis, and Wall, South Dakota. (Photo below.)
Dakota Plains Credit Union. Originally chartered as Edgeley Credit Union on June 18, 1941, Dakota Plains CU is based in Edgeley with branches in Ellendale and Enderlin, ND. The credit union serves more than 4,400 members and holds over $88M in assets.
Dakota West Credit Union. Based in Watford City, Dakota West was established on December 6, 1941 as McKenzie County Co-op Credit Union. The credit union now serves the communities of Watford City, New England, Grenora, New Town, Turtle Lake, Mohall, Bowman, and Washburn, ND with more than 6,600 members and assets exceeding $274M.
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