The Masonite Employees Federal Credit Union was chartered October 16, 1953. Since then your credit union has grown into a multi-million dollar financial institution. The credit for success of your Credit Union ultimately lies with you, the member.
Many individuals have donated their time and efforts serving on various committees and as directors, but you cannot have a Credit Union without people willing to save and borrow.
The credit union name changed January 1, 1983, to Central Sunbelt Federal Credit Union. It was the result of expanding the field of membership to include other employee groups. The Hattiesburg office relocated to a newly constructed building in May, 1991. A second office in Laurel opened in April, 1995. Our second location in Hattiesburg was opened in July, 2000.
With a growing number of offices stretching across the state, one could easily argue the word ‘Central’ did not have a true geographic purpose to either Mississippi or the Sunbelt of America. So in March 2019, Central Sunbelt officially dropped 'Central' changing its name for the third time to Sunbelt Federal Credit Union.
Thank you for being a member and actively supporting your credit union.
Credit Unions who have merged in with Sunbelt FCU
Black Creek FCU
Green County FCU
Howard Employees FCU
Jones County School District FCU
Lamar County FCU
Masonite Employees FCU
Pike County Teachers FCU
Credit Union South
Sunbelt is made of a voluntary Board of Directors, Supervisory, and Election Committees. All members possess an equal voting share and vote to determine the governing Board of Directors.
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