The Daviess County Teachers Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative which was chartered in 1971 and established to serve the employees of Daviess County Public Schools and their families. What began as a small organization has now grown into a full service financial institution.
The Mission of DCTFCU is to provide a variety of services, which benefits our members/owners, with the primary goal of helping them enhance their personal finances.
In keeping with our mission statement, we offer our members higher rates on savings and lower rates on loans. One of our strengths has always been our care and concern for members and their families. Our whole philosophy of business is based on member service.
We recognize that the success and reputation of DCTFCU depends on the effectiveness of our workforce, and because of that, we listen when members want new products or services. We value our members and seek to provide a professional, yet welcoming atmosphere in which people can conduct business.
Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you will choose to become a part of the growing family that belongs to the DCTFCU. We are always willing to work a little harder to meet your needs.
In 1971, Daviess County Teachers Federal Credit Union started in a shoe box thanks to the dedication of our ten charter members. Without their commitment to the philosophy of “people helping people” DCTFCU would never have become the progressive credit union it is today. The charter members of DCTFCU are as follows: Donald E. Nall, Sylvia Ross Freeman, Lillian S. Johnson, John W. Basham, Robert L. Graham, James L. Brown, Wesley Acton, James C. Chenault, Richard D. Rue, and Richard E. Skaggs.
The current DCTFCU Board of Directors is comprised of seven volunteer DCTFCU members who are dedicated to the credit union movement and to providing a sound financial institution to the educators of Owensboro and Daviess County. Each Board member serves a three year term and is elected to service at the Annual Meeting.
Roger D. Jones
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