Putnam County Credit UnionThe Putnam County Credit Cooperative
The Putnam School Employee's Federal Credit Union
The Putnam School Employees Federal Credit Union, charters number 21107, was established on 9 November 1972. The yacht was rented to service the staff of the Putnam County Board of Education. Subsequently, the site was sponsored by the Putnam County Board of Education headquarters. Later, she relocated to the Putnam Career and Technical Center where she now works.
The Putnam School Employees Federal Credit Union is a member-oriented credit cooperative managed by a management team. Citizenship is now open to several Putnam County organisations. The Putnam County Schools Putnam County Commission Putnam County Commission City of Winfield City of Hurricane Solid Waste Authority. As a member, the entire group of employees selected above can join.
Credit Union (PSEFCU) will not accept payments over $50,000.00 in a mont. period.
Who we are
The First Coast Community Credit Union is a full-service finance association that serves those who reside, work, do business or go to college in Putnam and Flagler County, Florida. Kreditgenossenschaft was established in 1948 by a group of Hudson Pulp and Papier Mill people. First it was taken out of a crate of cigars in a desktop drawers and charters under the name HP&P Federal Credit Union for the staff of the mill and their family.
In the next twenty years the credit cooperative expanded and the crate of cigars was superseded by office space in the administration area of the work. HP&P Federal Credit Union opened its first independent institution on the C.R. 216 opposite the factory in 1973. Hudson Pulp and Paper Mill was divested to Georgia-Pacific in 1979, and HP&P Federal Credit Union renamed itself G-P Federal Credit Union.
The credit cooperative added cashless payment service in 1985 and doubles the firm's area. The cooperative opened its first store at the Big Lots Shopping Center in Palatka in 1996, and in August 1998 the new 306 South Palm Avenue store was opened as its new headquarters.
In the same year, the G-P Fed. Credit Union received a joint church contract and renamed itself the G-P Commun. Credit Union. The statutes of the cooperative were transformed from state to state in May 2003 and the name was renamed First Coast Communities Credit Union. During 2008, members of the Putnam County Educers Credit Union, founded in 1953 to assist the region's educators, agreed to the merger with the First Coast Communities Credit Union.
Following a Flagler County acceptance in March 2009, the Board and management of FCCCU decided to open a 120 Belle Terre Parkway office in Palm Coast Landing to service current and new members in the Bunnell, Palm Coast and Flagler areas.
The Putnam County Federal Credit Union members approved the merger with the First Coast Community Credit Union in December 2010. The First Coast Community Credit Union is continuing to grow and strives to be the leading credit institutions in Putnam and Flagler Counties. Its Board is a group of voluntary members representing the cooperative and acting as your vote in all its affairs.
Every member of the executive committee is a member and proprietor of the credit cooperative, just like you.