A Brief History
On April 24, 1928 the Post Office Employees Cooperative Credit Association was legally authorized to commence business. This makes the Post Office Federal Credit Union the oldest credit union in the State of Nebraska.
The first meeting of the Post Office Employees Cooperative Credit Association was held on March 1st, 1929, for those interested in the organization of what is now known today as the Post Office Federal Credit Union. Roy Berengren, one of the credit union pioneers, came from The Credit Union Extension Bureau in Boston, MA to address the meeting.
In September 2003, Post Office Federal Credit Union changed to a Community Chartered Federal Credit Union. The name was changed to reflect the new charter. Neighborhood Community Federal Credit Union.