It All Began in 1936
Western Rockies Over The Years
Our original building was located on Rood Ave. The building shown above was our Ouray Avenue location, which was the second location for Mesa County Teachers Federal Credit Union.
In March of 1989, Mesa County Teacher's Federal Credit Union moved from our Rood Avenue building to 2302 North Ave, which is now our primary Grand Junction branch.
In July of 2004, Burning Mountain Credit Union joined us as the Western Rockies Federal Credit Union Rifle Branch. Today, our Rifle branch services all of Garfield, Eagle, and Pitkin Counties.
Western Rockies added our Fruita Branch in August of 2008. The Fruita Branch provided our members living in the western side of the valley a Western Rockies location closer to home!
80+ Years in the Community
As a financial cooperative, the best interests of our members and community have always been at the forefront of our business. From our humble beginnings, Western Rockies has become one of the largest local financial institutions to serve Colorado's Western Slope.
Evolution of the Western Rockies Logo
|Mesa County Teachers Federal Credit Union "Sun" Logo||Mesa County Teachers Federal Credit Union "Bell" Logo||Western Rockies Federal Credit Union Original "Mountains" Logo||Western Rockies FCU Logo|
A Continuous Focus on Service
Today, we have over 50 employees who provide solutions for our members. At Western Rockies, we’re on a never-ending quest to improve ourselves, our processes, our products and our service.
The History Of Our Presidents
|Cowen Deren||Crysteen Green||H.V. Zimmerman||W. D. Mattsen||Bonnie Maresh||Paul Denning||
Krist L Porter
Our Board Of Directors
Associate Board Member