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If you live, work, worship or
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About Pinal County Federal Credit Union

All credit union services are available at any of our branches and a willing staff is there to assist in serving you.

Mission Statement

The Pinal County Federal Credit Union shall endeavor to meet the financial needs of its members (who are the owners of the credit union) in a friendly and courteous manner, provide the highest dividends possible, grant loans on a fair and equal basis, provide financial guidance, inform members of services and continue to seek ways to meet other future financial needs while ensuring positive growth and profitability.


Dedicated to Pinal County’s future, becoming your credit union of choice, with increased financial strength providing exceptional member service through an expanded membership base and convenient locations

Core Values

Integrity, Teamwork, Friendly, Reliable

Member Focused, Financial Education, Dependable, Quality, Competitive, Financial Strength

Dedicated, Caring, Community

Free online services, Shared branching, Flexibility

Locally owned, Over 50 Years of Service in Pinal County

Board of Directors

Dorothy Erdman, Chairperson
Charlie Estrada, Vice Chairperson
Phyllis Wilbanks, Secretary/Treasurer
Scott Barber, Director
Lori Smolke, Director
Brandi Clark, Director
Scott Bartle, Director

Over 60 years of helping families achieve their goals and dreams!

History of Pinal County Federal Credit Union

In 1953 a group of approximately 60 teachers, most of them from the Casa Grande area, and Mary C. O'Brien, former Pinal County School Superintendent, gathered to discuss ways of helping each other. They formed what was then known as Pinal County Schools Employees Federal Credit Union, and received a federal charter January 4, 1954.

The field of membership at that time was employees of Pinal County Schools and employees of the Credit Union and their immediate families. The Credit Union was open one day a week in the County School Superintendent's office until 1959, when Ruby LaMar became manager and operated the Credit Union from an addition to her home.

The Credit Union purchased land in 1971 in Florence, and built the present office building. In 1982 the Pinal County and City Employees State Credit Union merged with this Credit Union and the name was changed to Pinal County Federal Credit Union. The field of membership now included not only Pinal County School Employees, but all employees of Pinal County, the cities within Pinal County as well as various small businesses and immediate family of Credit Union members.

In 1983 the Casa Grande branch opened, and the Apache Junction branch followed in 1992.

Effective December 30, 2003 the credit union amended its charter to include any persons who live, work, worships, or attends school in Pinal County as well as businesses and other legal entities.

In 2008 we opened our Coolidge branch, in 2009 we opened our San Tan Branch, and our Maricopa branch opened in 2010.

Our dedication in serving our members for over half a century is the reason we are still here providing financial services for generations to come. We continue to follow the credit union philosophy of "People Helping People".

To our members: Thank you for your continued support. We recognize and appreciate your loyalty through the years. We are honored with the opportunity to serve you.

If you live, work, worship, or attend school in Pinal County Join Today! You will see the difference!

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