History

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Where It All Began

A group of teachers with a vision came together to form a financial cooperative that could better serve the financial needs of Tucson’s school employees and their families.

2021 Annual Report

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In 1937 a group of teachers with a vision came together to form a financial cooperative that could better serve the financial needs of Tucson’s school employees and their families. A year later, Tucson Teachers Federal Credit Union (TTFCU) was serving 38 members and had acquired assets of nearly $349. School employees volunteered their time to run the credit union until 1941, when the Board Treasurer was put on salary and the credit union moved into the basement of Tucson High School. Twenty years later, TTFCU had grown to 2,220 members, $1.8 million in assets, and six full-time employees.

On April 21, 2006, the National Credit Union Administration approved TFCU as a “Community Chartered” credit union. Our change to a “Community Charter” allows us to serve anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, or attends school in Pima County and their immediate families and household members.

Today, TFCU has grown to more than 68,000 members and $650 million in assets. Our growth and success comes from the support of our members who use our services, a dedicated group of volunteers who are elected by our members to represent them, and a great staff who are committed to exceeding your expectations.

TFCU Board of Directors


Edward Smith
Chair
James Marr
Vice Chair
Michael Herrier
Treasurer
Emily Rodriguez
Secretary
Bryan Benz
Director
Becky O’Hara
Director
Paul Mayfield
DIRECTOR

TFCU Associate Board of Directors


Patrick Erdely

Cori Rodriguez

Michael West

TFCU Supervisory Committee


Rachel Michaud

Chair


Deborah Alter

Vice Chair


Svetlana Pitman

Secretary


Nancy Jones

Member


Natalya Brown

Member

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