Helping Build Your Future
At Western Indiana Credit Union, we strive to treat our customers like they are the most important member that walks through the door. We are always complimented on our hometown feel and how we go above and beyond other financial institutions. Members aren’t treated like just another account. They are known by name when they walk through the door!
Sullivan County Credit Union was chartered in 1932 to help area farmers. The original Articles of Agreement were signed and filed in the State of Indiana on April 11, 1932. Eleven men began the Sullivan County Farm Bureau Coop Credit Union., including J Kerr Coulson, Cecil Drake, Morris Unger, Malcolm Campbell, Dan O Gettinger, Allan Coulson, Lang McCammon, J Lynn Thomas, Alvin Jewell, Harry Mason, and Horace Hinds.
Today, the thirteen members of the Board of Directors are local County Residents who believe in the credit union act that our founding Fathers formed so many years ago. Our founders believed in ‘People Helping People’ just as we do today.