C-Plant Federal Credit Union
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C-Plant Federal Credit Union was originally chartered in November 1951 as C. & C. C. C. Employees Federal Credit Union. The credit union was formed to serve the employees of the plant formally known as Union Carbide Corporation located in West Paducah, KY. The name “C-Plant” is derived from our roots. During the 1950’s the Department of Defense laid plans for three uranium plants located in Oak Ridge, TN, Portsmouth, OH, and Paducah, KY. The Paducah location was loosely referred to as the “C”plant.
Serving the community and families in Western Kentucky for over 60 years; C-Plant has become a staple in the community. C-Plant Federal Credit Union was granted an extension to its current community charter by the National Credit Union Administration in December 2014. Anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, or goes to school in the Kentucky Counties of Ballard, Caldwell, Crittenden, Graves, Hopkins, Livingston, McCracken, Muhlenberg, Todd, and Union can benefit from the great financial products and services offered by C-Plant Federal Credit Union.
A credit union is a cooperative financial institution. Credit unions are not-for-profit, and exist to provide a safe, convenient place for members to save money and get loans at reasonable rates. Members quickly learn that handling their finances is less expensive, and service more personal than at other types of financial institutions.
When you become a member of C-Plant Federal Credit Union you are a member for life! Whether you relocate, change employment or retire, you are always welcome in our family. We look forward to serving you.