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We are celebrating our anniversary this year, marking 60 years of service to our member-owners.
We pride ourselves on this remarkable achievement, both for length and continuity of service.
On May 1, 1954, a group of 40 University of Virginia Hospital administrators and staff held their first meeting to organize what would become the University of Virginia Community Credit Union. They believed that by pooling their resources, each member of the credit union could have the chance at a better future.
The driving force behind the creation of the credit union was Daniel D. Colcock, the hospital's administrative accountant. He helped the credit union get off to a good start. By the close of business on December 31, 1954 the credit union had attracted 307 members and had assets totaling $10,269.49.
We've grown dramatically since 1954. At every step of the way, the credit union continues to do our part—just as its founders envisioned—to help our members achieve their financial goals—whether it was owning a home, sending their children to college, or enjoying a secure retirement.
We attribute four items to continued success over the years:
Together, our members and staff have heeded our call to Be Part of Something—and in the process they have built something very special – a local, community-oriented, innovative credit union committed to finding new products and services for members.
Join us today and be a part of the continued excellence and focus what matters most to our members.