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RBFCU celebrates

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Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union (RBFCU) is celebrating service to members across South Central Texas and around the world for 60 years.

Founded in 1952 by nine individuals who pooled together $45, an institution was started that would protect military service members and their families from unscrupulous lenders. Sixty years later, the credit union has expanded to serve hundreds of thousands of people worldwide but still focuses on protecting and serving members. And, while the credit union has grown, it remains safe and secure, ranking among the best institutions nationally.

During 2012, the credit union has surpassed more than 400,000 members, has grown its total loans and assets, and has expanded to more than 40 locations.

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