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Progressions Credit Union

 

 

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Locally Owned by Members Since 1928.

Postal Employees Band Together

Progressions Credit Union, formerly known as Spokane Postal Credit Union (SPCU), was organized in 1928. It was led by Paul Boberg, a Special Delivery Clerk at the Main Post Office in Spokane, WA. The credit union officially became state-chartered on November 27, 1933, after the state had passed the state credit union law. In 1962 SPCU merged with Railway Mail Credit Union.

Field of Membership Expands

In 2003 our field of membership at Spokane Postal was expanded to include those who live, work, worship or attend school in Washington state. In 2004, the Board of Directors approved changing the name from Spokane Postal Credit Union to Progressions Credit Union, to better reflect its changing membership as the credit union continued to grow well beyond the original field of membership.

Listening to Members

Progressions Credit Union over the years has added a wide range of products and services to meet the needs of its membership, such as ATM/Debit Cards (well before other credit unions in Spokane), its own ATM machines, banking by phone, online banking, bill payer, mobile banking and more.

Even with all the conveniences of Total Access, Progressions Credit Union continues to offer something quite rare that many other financial institutions don’t: personal service from loyal, long-term employees.

Many of the employees of Progressions Credit Union have been with the credit union for 25 years or more. They will call you by name and due to their experience, be able to offer you financial solutions when you need them.

When you become a member you get to experience the Progressions Credit Union difference.

Progressions Credit Union

Our Mission:

We are committed to the financial well-being of our members by providing them service beyond their expectations.

Present Progressions Credit Union Leadership

President/CEO: Susan Vuong
SVP/CFO: Tim Throckmorton
VP/CLO: Kevin Spoerl

Volunteer Progressions Credit Union Leadership

In true credit union spirit, volunteers compose Progressions Credit Union’s Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee, working together to ensure you, the member, receive the value you deserve. Directors are elected to the board by members.

Current Board of Directors

Doug Sprecher – Chair
Jinger Dittmer – Vice Chair
Katherine Brooks – Secretary
Bill O’Halloran
Cheri Moore
Jeff Martin
Dan Brown

Current Supervisory Committee Members

Katherine Brooks – Chair
Mary Rohner
Sue Harvey

Our Values:

Exceptional Member Service  We focus on the needs of our members while providing superior financial products and extraordinary member service.

Integrity – We are honest, truthful and accurate. We do what is right and ethical in all our dealings. We take responsibility for our actions.

Teamwork – We foster a culture of “team” where we trust each other and understand it is our combined expertise that makes us a strong. We know that our best work is not produced by individuals but collaboration as a team and supporting each other every day.

A Positive Work Environment – We strive to offer a positive and fulfilling environment with compensation and opportunity for advancement, that reflect the value we see in our staff so that they can provide our members an unparalleled financial experience with every interaction.

Diversity and Inclusion – We support our employees, members and community. As an organization, we are committed to working to ensure that no one on our Credit Union team ever feels unsafe or that they cannot bring their true self to work. Every human being deserves to be treated equally and with respect. We will show empathy in our dealings with our members, staff and community. We recognize our differences are what make us stronger in achieving a common goal.

Community – We strive to make a profound impact in the communities where we live and work, because we are a credit union that cares deeply about others.

Financial Strength – As we offer products and services for our members, we will always remain financially safe and secure.

Locally Owned by Members Since 1928.

Our Mission:

We are committed to the financial well-being of our members by providing them service beyond their expectations.

Postal Employees Band Together

Progressions Credit Union, formerly known as Spokane Postal Credit Union (SPCU), was organized in 1928. It was led by Paul Boberg, a Special Delivery Clerk at the Main Post Office in Spokane, WA. The credit union officially became state-chartered on November 27, 1933, after the state had passed the state credit union law. In 1962 SPCU merged with Railway Mail Credit Union.

Field of Membership Expands

In 2003 our field of membership at Spokane Postal was expanded to include those who live, work, worship or attend school in Washington state. In 2004, the Board of Directors approved changing the name from Spokane Postal Credit Union to Progressions Credit Union, to better reflect its changing membership as the credit union continued to grow well beyond the original field of membership.

Listening to Members

Progressions Credit Union over the years has added a wide range of products and services to meet the needs of its membership, such as ATM/Debit Cards (well before other credit unions in Spokane), its own ATM machines, banking by phone, online banking, bill payer, mobile banking and more.

Even with all the conveniences of Total Access, Progressions Credit Union continues to offer something quite rare that many other financial institutions don’t: personal service from loyal, long-term employees.

Many of the employees of Progressions Credit Union have been with the credit union for 25 years or more. They will call you by name and due to their experience, be able to offer you financial solutions when you need them.

When you become a member you get to experience the Progressions Credit Union difference.

Want to become

a member?

Present Progressions Credit Union Leadership

President/CEO: Susan Vuong
SVP/CFO: Tim Throckmorton
VP/CLO: Kevin Spoerl

Volunteer Progressions Credit Union Leadership

In true credit union spirit, volunteers compose Progressions Credit Union’s Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee, working together to ensure you, the member, receive the value you deserve. Directors are elected to the board by members.

Current Board of Directors

Doug Sprecher – Chair
Jinger Dittmer – Vice Chair
Katherine Brooks – Secretary
Bill O’Halloran
Cheri Moore
Jeff Martin
Dan Brown

Current Supervisory Committee Members

Katherine Brooks – Chair
Mary Rohner
Sue Harvey

Our Values:

Exceptional Member Service  We focus on the needs of our members while providing superior financial products and extraordinary member service.

Integrity – We are honest, truthful and accurate. We do what is right and ethical in all our dealings. We take responsibility for our actions.

Teamwork – We foster a culture of “team” where we trust each other and understand it is our combined expertise that makes us a strong. We know that our best work is not produced by individuals but collaboration as a team and supporting each other every day.

A Positive Work Environment – We strive to offer a positive and fulfilling environment with compensation and opportunity for advancement, that reflect the value we see in our staff so that they can provide our members an unparalleled financial experience with every interaction.

Diversity and Inclusion – We support our employees, members and community. As an organization, we are committed to working to ensure that no one on our Credit Union team ever feels unsafe or that they cannot bring their true self to work. Every human being deserves to be treated equally and with respect. We will show empathy in our dealings with our members, staff and community. We recognize our differences are what make us stronger in achieving a common goal.

Community – We strive to make a profound impact in the communities where we live and work, because we are a credit union that cares deeply about others.

Financial Strength – As we offer products and services for our members, we will always remain financially safe and secure.