Haxtun Community FCU Has Ribbon Cutting

Haxtun Community Federal Credit Union (Haxtun, CO) was organized in 1938 and has been a benefit to its community from the very beginning.  For example, when fire ravaged its community, the credit union was at the center of helping folks get back on their feet.  Earlier this year, they began a major remodel of their office.  The original building was relocated to their current address, it was a former small restaurant and an old building. In the process of the remodel, they discovered old tin ceiling tiles that they effectively incorporated into the design. It shouldn’t surprise anyone that this mainstay in the community used all local contractors. On International Credit Union Day (Oct. 19, 2017) they celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Chamber of Commerce, an all-day open house, refreshments and drawings for giveaways. Staff includes Kristin Hadeen (manager), Talya Campbell (Asst. mgr) and Lakesha Hershfeldt (member service rep).


About the Haxtun Community Federal Credit Union

The Haxtun Community Federal Credit Union is organized to serve people who live, work, or worship in parts of Northeastern Colorado and their immediate families. As a community based financial institution owned and operated by our members, our purpose is to provide financial advice and a competitively priced line of financial products and services, while at the same time building an adequate capital base. The Haxtun Community Federal Credit Union was organized in April of 1938 as the Haxtun CO-OP Credit Union.  It was a federally chartered community credit union.  The original membership consisted of 12 members.  These members were farmers that wanted to help the rural community of Haxtun.  There were 7 original board members, 3 credit committee members, and 3 supervisory committee members.