Oil Country Federal Credit Union was chartered in 1956 under the name Cyclops Titusville Federal Credit Union. It was organized to serve the employees of Universal Cyclops Specialty Steel Division, located in Titusville, Pa., which was a part of Cyclops Corporation, headquartered in Pittsburgh. Over the years, the credit union grew while it promoted thrift and provided low cost credit to its members.
In the middle 80’s, the credit union began expanding its field of membership to include other small businesses in the Titusville area. This proved to be a wise move, as the steel plant was sold to Armco Steel and eventually closed down.
In 1995 an office building was purchased, remodeled, and a drive-thru added. The name of the credit union was changed to reflect the changes in its field of membership. Over 70 businesses and associations have been added to date.
The credit union continues to grow and expand its financial services. Currently, it has assets totaling roughly 19 million dollars, a membership of about 3600, and 8 employees. We still believe in the ” People helping People” philosophy and emphasize the ” personal touch”. However, we are aware that our membership is widespread and needs convenient financial services, as well.
Oil Country Federal Credit Union Staff
Our staff implements policies set by the board and exist to serve all members equally, and by providing excellent member service. These are people you should know.
Victoria Lindsay, Teller
Lydia Kellogg, Teller
Mara Nichols, Teller
Kurtis Billig, Loan Officer
Karen Baldwin, Sr. Loan Underwriter/Supervisor
Kimberly Wright, Back Office Specialist
Travis Melhuish, Accountant/Bookkeeper
Wade Brink, C.E.O.