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La Porte Community Federal Credit Union

Credit unions have long been seen as an attractive financial service option, thanks to their affordable loan rates and high savings yields, in addition to offering other solutions that help meet people’s financial needs.

Romary Construction was proud to build this beautiful facility for La Porte Community Federal Credit Union in Michigan City, Indiana. Featuring multiple exterior drive-thru lanes as well as an elegant interior design including multiple teller lines.


La Porte Community Federal Credit Union offers a range of banking services, such as checking accounts, debit cards, mobile banking and mortgages. They also provide IRAs and money orders. Finally they offer personal loans and auto loans. Founded in 1937 and located in La Porte Indiana.

Average credit union employee salaries average $63,325. The top paid job at the credit union is the Chief Financial Officer with an annual salary of $343,831, while Teller Supervisor can expect an annual salary of only $36,4888. Skills such as leadership and customer service could help secure you employment with them.

Romary recently completed an expansion project for this credit union in Michigan City, Indiana. This modern facility features multiple exterior drive-thru lanes, four teller lines, multiple offices and interior design elements such as Italian 36×36 tile flooring and hand blown glass art by local artists as well as custom LED lighting – the client was pleased with the end results! Romary completed this successful project and received high praise from their client.


No matter where you’re located in La Porte, Valparaiso or Michigan City we have an ATM ready for you! Additionally, we provide mobile banking, free checking accounts and much more! As a federal credit union founded in 1937 as Allis Chalmers Credit Union we now serve members in La Porte County from our full service locations in La Porte and Michigan City with a commitment to “People Helping People” while offering you the premier credit union experience.

The National Credit Union Administration requires all insured credit unions to file quarterly (5300) data reports containing details on deposits, loans, and asset growth.

Shared Branching

Tech CU stands out as a full-service credit union by offering banking essentials, including checking and savings accounts with competitive rates, free mobile and online banking, lending solutions that put members first, auto loans, mortgage loans and more! As part of our comprehensive banking services offering, Tech CU provides everything a member could possibly need from checking to saving accounts with competitive rates, mobile and online banking and lending solutions tailored specifically for them – everything they could ever need from one credit union!

What’s more, our credit union participates in CO-OP’s “Shared Branching” network – so if you find yourself traveling or away at college or work, you can still conduct your credit union transactions at thousands of locations nationwide! Simply visit a branch that participates and present your photo ID and account number to the teller for banking transactions such as deposits and withdrawals, transfers, check cashing or loan payment transactions as if you were physically located there! It’s an invaluable convenience!


Credit unions are non-profit financial cooperatives owned by their members. Profits generated are returned in the form of customarily higher savings rates, lower loan rates and fewer and lower fees; additionally they may offer services like mobile banking, checking accounts or IRAs to their membership.

Masterson began at the credit union as a part-time teller and has advanced through various positions to his current one as Vice President. He has always upheld and advanced upon its core values and pledge, keeping to its pledge in all positions held.

Most credit unions featured on BestCashCow are NCUA insured up to the value of $250,000 per individual owner – similar to FDIC coverage. You can easily check their status by visiting their overview page and looking for an “NCUA Insured” icon.






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