History

History

Our History:

When our first location opened in 1937, we were known as Combined Locks Credit Union and served only the employees of Locks Mill. In 1974, still only serving the employees of Locks Mills, we achieved the milestone of $1 million in assets. Those assets tripled by 1980 as we expanded to serve all the residents of Combined Locks. At that time, our staff consisted of four people, one of whom was Greg Hilbert, our current President.

In 1987, we became Fox Communities Credit Union. Within 3 years, we grew to 29 employees and nearly $40 million in assets. The various partnerships formed over the years have brought us to where we are today – over $1 billion in assets, 19 locations, serving 12 counties and more than 320 employees serving over 83,000 members.

Thank you for being a part of who we are today.

Our Timeline:

1937

Credit Union formed (Combined Locks Credit Union), served only Locks Paper Mill

1974

$1 Million in assets

1980
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$3 Million in assets; Staff was 4 – Greg Hilbert, Sylvia Johnson, Ann (Spearings) Feucht and Bernice McCormick; Expanded to include all residents of Combined Locks

1985

$9.9 Million in assets; 10 employees; Partnered with Schmidt Oil Credit Union (U.S. Oil)

1987

Partnered with Paperland Credit Union (Appleton Papers Credit Union); Changed name to Fox Communities Credit Union

1989

$23 Million in assets; Wisconsin Avenue office was built in Appleton

1990

$39.6 Million in assets; 29 employees; Partnered with St. Pius, Riverside and Appleton Teachers Credit Unions

1995

$90.4 Million in assets; Partnered with Truck City Credit Union

1997

$116 Million in assets; Partnered with Telco Credit Union (Ameritech)

2000
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$200 Million in assets

2002

$300 Million in assets; Partnered with Appleton Wire Credit Union; New office at 441 and Calumet Street in Appleton opened; 150 employees

2004

$450 Million in assets; Partnered with Wisconsin’s Media, Center Valley, Winnebago and 1st Security Credit Unions; 240 employees; In-School Branches formed at Green Bay Preble & Green Bay West High Schools

2005

$500 Million in assets; New NWTC location in Green Bay opened; Neenah office opened

2007

$642 Million in assets and over 62,000 members; In-School Branches formed at Bay Port and Clintonville High Schools

2008

Black Creek office opened

2012

75 years of service; $842 Million in assets, 63,616 members, 256 employees; Partnered with Sunrise Credit Union

2013

$935 Million in assets; Partnered with GBCI Credit Union; New Howard office opened

2014

$1 Billion in assets, 298 employees; New Military Avenue office opened

2015

Partnered with RiverWood-Maritime Credit Union giving us two new locations in Manitowoc and Two Rivers; Expanded counties we serve to include Fond du Lac and Door, now servicing a total of 12 counties

2016

$1.26 Billion in assets

2017

Partnered with Horizon Community Credit Union

2017

Partnered with Harbor Credit Union

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