Field of Membership
Persons who live, work (or regularly conduct business in), worship, or attend school inSt. Clair County, Michigan. Businesses and other legal entities located in St. Clair County, Michigan. Also included are spouses of persons who died while within the field of membership of this credit union, volunteers in the community, employees of this credit union, members of their immediate family or household, and organizations of such persons.
Riverview Community Federal Credit Union
1935 Fred W. Moore Hwy
Saint Clair, Michigan 48079
Lost/Stolen Visa Credit cards (800) 325-3678
Lost/Stolen Visa Debit cards (800) 472-3272
|Monday - Thursday||9:00AM to 4:30PM|
|Friday||9:00AM to 5:30PM|
|Saturday||9:00AM to Noon|
This year will mark the 65th year of serving our membership! Riverview Community Federal Credit Union was organized in 1952 as Diamond Crystal Employees Federal Credit Union. We have over 3,000 members in the Saint Clair County area and have assets of over $28,000,000.00.
We at Riverview Community Federal Credit Union believe in investing in our community.
Here is a list of community activities that we participate in:
- St. Clair Little League
- Marysville Little League
- St. Clair Junior Football
- Kids In Distress
- St. Clair Fireworks
- St. Clair Summer Events Sponsor
- St. Clair Boat Harbor
- Antique Car Show
- Humane Society S.N.A.P.
- Special Dreams Farm
- St. Mary's Festival
- Easter Egg Hunt at Riverview Plaza
- St. Peters Oktoberfest
66th Annual Meeting Treasury Report
MINUTES OF THE 66TH ANNUAL MEETING
APRIL 26TH 2018
The 66th Annual Meeting of Riverview Community Federal Credit Union was held on Thursday. April 26th 2018.
The meeting was called to order by Chairman Dave Liniarski at 5:05 p.m.
The minutes of the 65th Annual meeting were reviewed. Motion by Susan Kaufman and seconded by Julian Sullivan to accept as written. Motion carried.
Mark presented the treasury report as follows:
Financial results for the year ending December 31, 2017 were good. Total assets were at $28.9 million. Loan balances ended the year at $13.4 million with shares totaling $26.2 Million. We ended up with a total of $71,807.06 in net income and a loan to share ratio of 51%. In addition our net worth as of yearend was 90.7% well above the 7% regulatory threshold for a well-capitalized institution.
The Credit Unions continued success is due in large part to the trust and support of our members. Our staff strives hard to provide high quality friendly service to our members. Our Board of Directors along with our senior Management team provides strategic direction and oversight in order to meet the evolving needs of our members and ensure that we remain well capitalized. We will continue to grow the credit union in a manner that best serves our members while maintaining our mission of making a lifetime commitment to our member’s financial needs.
We are very fortunate to have been blessed with outstanding volunteers who lead the Credit Union and a dedicated, professional staff committed to providing personal service at the highest levels possible.
Thank you for being part of RCFCU and for your continued loyalty and support. Julian made the motion to accept the Treasurers Report and Rich Buslepp seconded. Motion carried.
Old Business: None
New Business: The 3 year term for Judy Shaune expires this year. Dave Liniarski made the motion to nominate Judy for another 3 year term. Mark Fisher seconded and motion was carried.
Motion by Sue Kaufman to adjourn, seconded by Julian Sullivan. Meeting adjourned at 5:28 p.m.