In 1936, a few postal workers got together and decided to form their own credit union. Each member promised to save and deposit 25 cents weekly into their Share Account, enabling them to save together and make loans to each other at low interest rates. They called themselves the Pueblo Postal Employees Credit Union.
The name and the faces of the credit union have changed, but our purpose
remains the same. Credit Union members are like family . . . they work
together. With mutual cooperation, they help each other make dreams a