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Family Savings Credit Union

Family Savings Credit Union

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Family Savings Federal Credit Union


Gadsden, AL counties include: Alabama - Persons who live, worship, work (or regularly conduct business in), or attend school in Etowah, Marshall, DeKalb, Jackson, Cherokee, Calhoun, Cleburne, Madison, Blount, St. Clair, Morgan, Cullman and Talladega Counties, Alabama. Georgia - Persons who live or work in Bartow, Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, Haralson, Paulding, Polk, Carroll, Cherokee, Cobb, Douglas, Murray, Whitfield and Walker Counties, Georgia.

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Since its humble beginnings in 1951, Family Savings Credit Union truly has embodied the People Helping People motto by helping members achieve their dreams and by giving back to the communities they serve. Family Savings provides expanded products and convenient electronic services members are searching to find all while keeping the credit union feel of being a small hometown and local financial institution.


Our credit union was chartered in 1951 when a group of 7 employees from Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company each contributed $5 and created Family Savings Credit Union. What started as a place for Goodyear employees and their family members to save and get small loans for common things such as refrigerators and vehicles, has now become a large credit union offering consumer products, business services and more to its members. They truly demonstrate a family atmosphere for their members and give back to the community supporting many financial education initiatives and charities throughout northeast Alabama and northwest Georgia.

Family Savings Credit Union

Audra Burger and Ann Veasy- first two employees of FSCU in 1951 on the steps of the Local 12 Union Hall.

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Newpaper clipping from the groundbreaking for the first branch of FSCU in Gadsden, AL featuring city officials, credit union management and employees.

Family Savings Credit Union

1950s photo of employees and families of Goodyear Tire and Rubber at the Gadsden Plant many of whom were members of the credit union.

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