Credit Union History
Winnebago County Highway Department employee Robert Graf receives approval to start a credit union for those employed by Winnebago County, and Winnebago County Employee’s Credit Union is born.
WCCU opens it’s first branch in the basement of the Winnebago County Courthouse.
With a staff of four and $4 Million in assets, WCCU moves the Courthouse Branch to the second floor.
Our growing credit union requires more space and Winnebago County Employee’s Credit Union moves to it’s first standalone branch at the Beach building at 240 Algoma Boulevard
Continuing to grow, WCCU builds a branch at 567 E Snell Rd. This location continues to serve members today and houses our corporate offices.
The credit union opens membership to anyone working or living in Winnebago County. Up until this point, only Winnebago County employees were eligible.
To better identify who could join the credit union, the credit union name changes from Winnebago County Employee’s Credit Union to Winnebago Community Credit Union.
WCCU builds a second branch at 2060 Witzel Ave on Oshkosh’s rapidly growing west side. This new location fulfills all expectations and the credit union begins to grow more quickly.
A third branch is acquired when Members United in Neenah merges with WCCU. More land was purchased and a major renovation took place. The new location resides at 526 S Commercial St.
After several years of robust growth, WCCU assets cross the $100 Million mark – addition to Snell Branch provides more space for our growing credit union.