This year, several Tennessee credit unions are celebrating milestone anniversaries.
Clinchfield Federal Credit Union: 75 Years
Clinchfield Federal Credit Union in Erwin, Tennessee is celebrating 75 years in business this summer. They opened their doors for the first time on July 9, 1947, as a “financial cooperative for Clinchfield Railroad workers.”
In its statement of commitment, Clinchfield FCU says it provides “a wide range of valued financial products and services and gives members a feeling of personal identity and belonging as an owner in the credit union.”
Clinchfield FCU serves members who live, work, worship, attend school, or operate a business in all of Unicoi County, parts of Washington, Sullivan, Carter, and Johnson Counties in Tennessee, and parts of Madison and Mitchell counties in North Carolina.
Appliance Credit Union: 50 Years
Appliance Credit Union in Cleveland, Tennessee just celebrated its 50th anniversary on April 17. Started in 1972, Appliance CU offers everything from a mobile app to online banking services, free notary services, VISA travel cards, money orders and cashier checks, debit cards, and much more.
Appliance Credit Union serves members who live, work, worship, or attend school in Bradley County and any family member of any current CU member.
Bulab Employees Federal Credit Union: 50 Years
Since December 14, 1972, the Bulab Employees Federal Credit Union in Memphis, Tennessee has been primarily serving chemical industry employees and their families. They are celebrating 50 years of service later this year.
Family Advantage Federal Credit Union: 25 Years
Family Advantage Federal Credit Union was created in 1997 when members of the UAW Local 1853 helped sponsor it as a “solution to meet the financial needs of the membership.”
It has two branches, in Columbia and Spring Hill, Tennessee, and is celebrating 25 years in business on September 18, 2022. They serve members who live, work, worship, or attend school in the following Tennessee counties: Maury, Williamson, Perry, Wayne, Hickman, Lewis, Lawrence, Giles, Marshall, Bedford, Lincoln, Coffee, and Franklin.