Tinker Federal Credit Union

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Tinker Federal Credit Union
TypeCredit union
IndustryFinancial services
Founded1946
HeadquartersOklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Key peopleMike Kloiber, President & CEO
ProductsSavings; checking; consumer loans; mortgages; credit cards
Total assets$3B USD (2013)
Websitetinkerfcu.org
 
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Tinker Federal Credit Union
TypeCredit union
IndustryFinancial services
Founded1946
HeadquartersOklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Key peopleMike Kloiber, President & CEO
ProductsSavings; checking; consumer loans; mortgages; credit cards
Total assets$3B USD (2013)
Websitetinkerfcu.org

Tinker Federal Credit Union (TFCU) is a credit union headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Chartered and regulated under the authority of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) of the U.S. federal government. TFCU is the largest credit union in Oklahoma[1] and serves Air Force personnel from the Tinker Air Force Base as well as the employees of more than 600 area companies. As of November 20, 2013, TFCU had over $3 billion in assets, approximately 280,000 members, and 27 full-service branches, as well as four TFCU Express Electronic Service Centers.

History[edit]

Tinker Federal Credit Union was founded on March 20, 1946, by a small group of civilian employees working at Tinker Field in Tinker Air Force Base. Since then, it has grown to become the largest credit union in Oklahoma.

Charitable activities[edit]

Tinker Federal is a large contributor to the Combined Federal Campaign, having donated over $1 million to the program.[2] TFCU also hosts an annual Miracle Car Show as a benefit for the Children's Miracle Network and the Children's Medical Research Institute of Oklahoma City.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Construction begins on new branch. Ada Evening News. 6 May 2009.
  2. ^ Heusel, Darren D. Campaign contributions may top $1.7 million. Tinker Take Off. 23 November 2005.
  3. ^ Tinker Federal Credit Union hosts car show Saturday. The Sun. 23 April 2009.

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