Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union (MMFCU)
What sets Mid-Minnesota apart from other financial institutions is that YOU, our member/owner, has a vested interest in our success. Any profits are returned to our membership in the form of higher dividend rates, lower interest rates on loans, additional technology, and growth in services.
Your credit union is a member-owned financial cooperative. Member representatives, people just like you, are elected to and serve as volunteers on our Board of Directors. Additional members serve on our Supervisory Committee and Community Advisory Councils.
Credit union volunteers take on great responsibility in setting the direction of credit union policy on lending, operations, security, employment and much more. It’s a pretty big job, and they take it seriously.
MMFCU Board of Directors
The Board of Directors of Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union consists of eight individuals from varying communities throughout central Minnesota.
Theresa Goble, Chairman
Rhonda Smith, First Vice Chair
Mark Korwin-Kuczynski, Second Vice Chair
Jason Anakkala, Secretary
MMFCU Supervisory Committee
The primary function of your Supervisory Committee is to regularly audit all facets of the credit union, including financial management, administration, and operational practices. These volunteer members play an important role in our direction, ensuring the safety and security of your credit union funds.
Wayne (Bill) Bailey, Chairman
Geoff Gorvin, Member
Cindy Nelson, Member
Angella Roby, Member
Mike Woodard, Member
Community Advisory Council
Credit unions are community organizations, formed by and owned by our members. Keeping with this tradition, Mid-Minnesota has formed Community Advisory Councils. These council members will serve as ambassadors for MMFCU – sharing information about our services while gathering vital input.
Sheldon W. Sanborn
Kathy Bittner Lee
To earn member loyalty by providing them resources to improve their financial well-being.
Integrity - Team Work - Sense of Community - Personal Responsibility