A Little Backstory:
Six Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard shops were founded and chartered as a credit union.
WWII ends, creating economic increase & more demand for credit union services.
Growth leads credit union officers & government officials to meet; they decide to consolidate original 6 shipyard branches into one central office.
Pearl Harbor Federal Credit Union merger finalizes, turning 6 into 1.
PHFCU rises to become Hawaii’s top ranking credit union.
NCUA applauds PHFCU as first credit union in the region to provide educational loans under Education Act of 1965.
September 11th leads executives to an action plan to help members regain access to & protect funds; decision made to build a more widely accessible facility on Oahu.
Waipio main office opens its doors; Community Charter passes to allow Oahu residents access to membership services.
Pearl Harbor Federal Credit Union changes name to Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union.