Our History

Through the years we have expanded our services considerably to meet the wants and needs of our members. Tucson Old Pueblo Credit Union remains committed to enhancing our products and services to support the emerging realities of today’s financial market.

 
1935
  • 1935
    The beginning

    The beginning

    • Opened as “Tucson Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union”, established by City Firefighters, and our original founder – John H “Slatz” Freeman. • The hours of operation were: “when there isn’t a fire.” • Began with 19 members with $30.75 in total assets.

  • 1982
    “Tucson Employees Credit Union”

    “Tucson Employees Credit Union”

    Obtained a state charter and changed the name to “Tucson Employees Credit Union”

  • 1983
    Merge

    Merge

    Levy’s, Steinfeld’s, and Montgomery Wards Credit Unions merged with us.

  • 1996
    Open To All!

    Open To All!

    • The credit union by-laws changed to offer financial services to all • The name was changed to “Tucson Old Pueblo Credit Union”

1996

Rates

Rates may be fixed or variable and may include discounts or other promotional conditions. Rates are subject to change without notice.