History of Kellogg Midwest Federal Credit Union
Kellogg Midwest Federal Credit Union was chartered under a federal charter on March 4, 1946 as Kellogg Company Employees Federal Credit Union. At the time an Organizational Certificate was signed by eight Kellogg Company Employees.
These charter members were: Catherine Warchol, Richard Saylor, Theodore E. Veat, S. Allen Seline, Jr., Harold Tevis, Marian Bradley, Theodore Himberger, and Jack A. Mueller.
The Credit Union’s first office was located in a very small room in the plant. The Credit Union has grown and now has it’s own entrance located at 9601 F Street.
In 2014 the Credit Union changed its Charter to a community charter which allows us to serve the community. If you live, work, worship, or conduct general business in Douglas, Sarpy, or Washington Counties in Nebraska or Pottawattamie County in Iowa or are a family member of a current member, you can now join Kellogg Midwest Federal Credit Union.
Our mission is to maintain the soundness and stability of our Credit Union while providing competitive services and opportunities that will enhance the ability of our members to successfully meet their financial needs.
The Supervisory Committee is an independent body of KMFCU and is appointed by the Board of Directors to guard and maintain the financial integrity of our Credit Union. They monitor policies and practices to protect member accounts and engage appropriate experts to audit financial statements, review internal controls, and monitor compliance with applicable laws and regulations. The committee meets regularly to receive and evaluate the reports of these experts.
The committee exists to serve the members and wants to hear from those who, after contact with appropriate management, still have concerns about the Credit Union’s financial integrity.
Please send your inquiries to:
Kellogg Midwest Federal Credit Union
Attn: Supervisory Committee
P.O. Box 241497
Omaha, NE 68124