In 1964 Frankenmuth Credit Union was organized by the employees of Carling Brewery. They were looking for an alternative option for their financial needs. In the beginning only the employees of Carling Brewery, Zeilinger Beverage, Geyer's Brewery and Star of the West Milling could join the credit union - the brewers and millers. It wasn't uncommon in those early days when someone wanted a loan, if the credit union didn't have enough in savings, for staff from the credit union to walk around the brewery asking for additional deposits. People helping people! In 1969 Frankenmuth Credit Union had the for-thought to apply, and was granted, to have its charter changed to a community charter. This meant that people living or working in a geographical area could now join the credit union, not just the employees of certain businesses. Over the years our charter has grown from townships, to counties and today anyone that lives, works, worships or was educated in the state of Michigan can join Frankenmuth Credit Union. Even though we have grown we are still only interested in one thing - people helping people. We provide good old-fashioned hometown service coupled with sound financial advise specific for each of our members situations. We are rooted in the communities we serve and make an impact through our staff volunteer hours on community projects and our foundation.
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