Dec 10, 2016

About Us


The Panhandle Federal Credit Union was founded in October, 1957 by a group of employees of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railroad. The first financial statement listed 131 members and total assets of $4,087.65.

58 years later, Panhandle Federal Credit Union has opened its field of membership to include anyone who lives, works or worships in Sumner County, Kansas; and, has grown to service 3,349 members with total assets of $52,000,000.

Become a Member

When you join Panhandle Federal Credit Union, you'll gain access to a variety of convenient benefits. You'll enjoy great account rates...and friendly, personalized service, dedicated to helping you and your family members achieve financial success.

Credit Union membership is established when you open a Regular Share account. The minimum required to open a "share" account is $105.00. To join, you'll only need to fill out a signature card and submit your opening deposit of $105.00 or more. For a signature card or more information, stop by the office or call one of our member service representatives for more details on becoming a member.

Karen Horinek - President

Board of Directors:
Leonard Scheufler, Chairman
Lonnie Hays, 1st Vice-Chairman
Vince Wetta, 2nd Vice-Chairman
Rosie Smith, Treasurer
Richard Lawrence, Secretary
Babe McGillicuddy, Membership Officer
Sherry Doctor
Lois Stinson
Clint Struble

Danny Crittenden - Collection Officer
Kim Hearlson - Loan Officer
Sandy Cobb - Loan Officer
Supervisory Committee:
Olene Wright, Chairperson
Kay Schenk, Secretary
Geri McClung
Helen Mouser
Betty Cornett

Member Service Representatives:
Tina Walton
MaryAnn McEachern
Nedra Ybarra
Sarah Amrein
Candace Hays
Martha Billey
Jenna Auzat
Credit Committee:
Wanda Herrin - Chairperson
Phil Gwinner - Secretary
Cy Roths
Robert Keith
Steve Glasgow
To report a lost or stolen debit card during business hours, call (620) 326-2285.
After hours and weekends, call (800) 472-3272.
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