T: 8 - 4:30
W: 9 - 4:30
T: 8 - 4:30
F: 8 - 4:30 (drive-thru until 6)
On June 7, 1935, Jackson, Mississippi Telco Employees Federal Credit Union received its charter, #473, from the Governor of the Farm Credit Administration. It was located on Pearl Street in Downtown Jackson, Mississippi and originally served the territory of the Jackson, Mississippi District of the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. On December 15, 1938, Jackson Miss. Telco Employees FCU included into its field of membership, the Employees of the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company and Associated Companies of the Bell Systems in the Jackson, Mississippi District, in addition to members of their immediate families and any association of such employees. In 1941, the name was shortened to Mississippi Telco Employees Federal Credit Union and in 1946, it arrived at its current name, Mississippi Telco Federal Credit Union and currently serves almost 100 individual Select Employee Groups and the Bloomfield, Riverwind developments, as well as, the Pearl area- South of Highway 80 and North of Old Brandon Road.