Our History

Post Office Employees Federal Credit Union has the distinction of being one of the first credit unions chartered in Louisiana and in the United States. In 1931, the credit union was organized by a group of true credit union pioneers, men working together at the Post Office in downtown Shreveport. A major change took place in the operations area when a Sundstrand Accounting Machine was purchased in 1964. And that was the beginning of the change that technology brought to the credit union world. The office was moved to several temporary locations, as the city expanded and credit union needs changed, and was finally settled in a new building on Texas Avenue in 1982. Several years later, a branch office was added for the convenience of the members in the southern part of town. The credit union has grown to assets of $26 million, and now serves 16 Select Employee Groups. The mission statement includes this phrase from the early days of our credit union movement, that the credit union is committed to the philosophy of “People Helping People” — not for profit, not for charity, but for service.”

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