Southwest 66 Credit Union began in late 1948 as a financial cooperative aimed at serving the needs of Permian Basin employees of the Phillips Petroleum company. The first chairman of the board was D.M. Hankings and the first Treasurer was A.W. Brumbelow. The first branch was located in Mr. Brumbelow's home. He installed a drive up window to conduct business from his kitchen table. The mission of the early founders was to positively impact member lives through superior financial services. More than 70 years later, Southwest 66 Credit Union continues to uphold this mission by helping make a difference in the lives of our members and our community.
Our staff take pride, not only in service to our membership, but also to service to the community in general. They participate in initiatives including raising funds for Children's Miracle Network, and volunteering with various community service groups including the West Texas Food Bank and Meals on Wheels. Part of the fabric of our credit union is service, and we believe it is important to give back in many different ways.
Becoming a member of Southwest 66 Credit Union is now easier than ever. With our community charter in place, anyone who lives, works, or worships in Midland or Ector county may join the Credit Union. Membership is also open to the employees of sponsoring companies and relatives of persons eligible for membership.
Even if you change jobs or relocate, you can still keep your membership with Southwest 66 Credit Union. Enjoy convenient access to your money, regardless of where you live or work, through our CO-OP shared branches, and resources available through our mobile app, online banking, free ATM partnerships, and remote deposit capture.
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