There’s no good time for a deadly pandemic. For two credit unions — one in the Rocky Mountain West and the other on Lake Michigan — the coronavirus complicated matters beyond figuring out how to serve members while working from home.
United Federal Credit Union ($3.2B, St. Joseph, MI) and Blue Federal Credit Union ($1.3B, Cheyenne, WY) were both fully immersed in headquarter construction projects when COVID-19 struck. Both are still on track to open their new digs this fall, although each credit union has had to deal with challenges along the way.
On Time And Under Budget In Wyoming
Blue FCU is the product of the 2016 merger of Warren Federal Credit Union in Wyoming and Community Financial Credit Union in Colorado. The credit union now has support staff at four locations across the two states. What it doesn’t have is a headquarters building.
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