Why community service and giving back is an important
Sponsored by Maui County FCU
Maui County FCU is committed to being a part of the Valley Isle community and its staff are long-standing employees proud to connect with Maui residents on a daily basis during their work day. Barbara Pagay started her career at the bank as a teller 34 years ago and is now marketing specialist, and Desiree Echalas, also a former teller, is now the Wailuku Branch Manager with 15 years under her belt.
Community service and giving back is an important part of the company’s mission, which is “caring for our members.” To accomplish this mission, MCFCU always attempts to provide its members with the highest earning rates on checking and savings accounts, and the lowest possible interest rates for loans.
About Maui County FCU:
Maui County FCU was chartered in 1937 under the original name of Maui County Employees FCU serving all government employees in the County of Maui including Lanai and Molokai. The “employees” was dropped to better reflect that it served all government employees and not just the County of Maui. About 3 years ago, the bank changed the field of membership to a community charter by where anyone who lives or works in the County of Maui is eligible to join the credit union.
Maui County FCU currently has 3 branches. One in the Millyard in Wailuku across the Wailuku Post Office, one in Kahului in the Maui Marketplace and most recently one in Lahaina at the intersection of Lahainaluna Road and Honoapiilani Highway.
Becoming a member is easy. If any of the following describes you, you are eligible to be a member:
– Anyone who lives or works in the County of Maui (Maui, Molokai, Lanai)
– Immediate family members of a member or potential member may join MCFCU, even if they don’t live in the County of Maui
– Immediate family members are defined as grandparents, parents, step-parents, step-siblings, siblings, children, step-children and grandchildren
– Questions, please call: (808) 244-7968 or (800) 783-6597