Fibre Federal Credit Union Expands Service Areas

More consumers have access to Fibre Federal Credit Union’s products and services after the credit union recently expanded its service areas to include four new Washington counties: Clark, Lewis, Skamania, and Grays Harbor.

Anyone who lives, works, worships, attends school, or conducts regular business in these counties is eligible for membership. Eligibility extends to immediate family members and household members. Businesses and organizations based in these counties are also eligible for membership.

“Our members are part of our ‘Fibre Family,’ and we look forward to extending the family into the approved area in Washington and Oregon,” said President and CEO Christopher Bradberry. “We will support our members in these new counties by ensuring they feel welcome, secure, and supported as they plan for their financial future.”

Previously, Fibre Federal served members across Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, and Pacific counties in Washington, and Columbia, Clatsop, Tillamook, and Lincoln counties in Oregon.

The credit union partnered with Dollar Associates, LLC, to extend its service areas. This expansion, approved by the National Credit Union Association late last year, provides the credit union with greater diversification through access to additional members who can use and benefit from lower-cost financial services.

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