The origins of Town & Country Federal Credit Union
Our history dates back to 1953. Parishioners of St. John’s Catholic Church established Town & Country as St. John’s Federal Credit Union to serve the deposit and investment needs of Maine and its people. At the time, membership included parishioners from Evans Street in South Portland to the Scarborough border.
As the credit union grew in deposits, so did the location. Beginning in the basement of a church, it moved to the home of its first leaders, then to the neighborhood ice cream parlor, then to our current Main Street location in South Portland — which was constructed in 1976. Shortly thereafter, several mergers with other credit unions, and the building of our operation center in Scarborough in 2014, helped to lay the foundation for a solid membership pool.
In 1986, the board of directors approved the name change to Town & Country Federal Credit Union to better represent our field of membership. Since then, we have grown to several thousand members, including anyone who lives or works in Cumberland County and York County, Maine.
We're proud of our rich history of helping our membership base achieve their financial goals, and look forward to continuing our mission in the state of Maine.
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