History

On September 3, 1968 a small group of members from the International Association of Machinists (District 837) pooled their money to provide loans to members at reasonable rates of interest. All employees of McDonnell Douglas could join the District 837 Credit Union. Within six months, we had 278 members, $4,140.95 in deposits, and $3,009.75 in loans.

Over the years, our name has changed to reflect the growth of our community and our offerings. However, today 1st Financial Federal Credit Union remains firmly rooted in our origin: people helping people achieve their financial dreams.

Because our members are the true owners, we strive to provide the best service to each and every member in the spirit of the credit union motto; “Not for profit, not for charity, but for service.”

 

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