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2018 Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to our 2018 Scholarship Winners!

  • Adrijana Toronto – Highland High
  • Rebecca Wells – Skyline High
  • Sarah Nyirakamana – West Lake High
  • Morgan Whitney Rohde – Hillcrest High

2019 Scholarship Info

If you are currently enrolled in high school graduating in 2019 and a primary account holder in good standing at Granite, you are eligible to apply for one of four $2,500 scholarships! Start preparing now for next year’s scholarship. Read more.

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Meet Our Team

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Management Team

We believe that working at Granite Credit Union is more than a job but a way to make a difference with our members’ and employees’ lives. Thank you for your membership and please feel free to send us your comments and suggestions using our contact page. Contact us.

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Lynn Kuehne
President / CEO

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Jim Davis
Senior VP / Lending

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Paul Metcalf
VP / CFO

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Julie Morgan
VP / Risk Management

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Mary Woodard
VP / Operations

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Mark Young
VP / Human Resources

Meet Our Volunteers

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Board of Directors

The credit union is directed by a Board of Directors elected by our membership. They represent our members and make sure that every decision the Credit Union makes is in the best interest of the membership.

Each of our seven board members were nominated based on their background and qualifications. After elected, they each serve a three year term. The terms are staggered so 2 or 3 directors’ terms are completed each year.

Supervisory Committee

The Board of Directors appoints a volunteer Supervisory Committee. It is the responsibility of the Supervisory Committee to ensure that the credit union follows GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) and the rules and regulations of the NCUA (National Credit Union Administration). At Granite Credit Union, the Supervisory Committee hires a CPA firm to do an annual audit. They review the audit and make sure the credit union follows the recommendations.

Director Lewis Adams

Lewis Adams
Director

Director Maxine Babalis

Maxine Babalis
Director

Director Doug Millward

Doug Millward
Director

Director Mitch Robinson

Mitch Robinson
Director

Directo Lon Tibbits

Lon Tibbits
Director

Director Ben Ungricht

Ben Ungricht
Director

Director Richard Welch

Richard Welch
Director

Committee member Don Johnson

Don Johnson
Supervisory Committee

Committee member Matthew Bateman

Matthew Bateman
Supervisory Committee

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Sara Ashcraft
Supervisory Committee

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Paul Edmunds
Supervisory Committee

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Misty Shafer
Supervisory Committee

Our History

The Granite Teachers Credit Union

Founded in May 1935

On a spring afternoon in May 1935, a group of Granite School District employees met and formed Granite Teachers Credit Union. Their goal was to create a financial cooperative where the members could earn a good return on their savings and borrow at a competitive rate. Granite Credit Union began as an education credit union. Although we have dropped “Teachers” from our name, we continue to have deep roots in education.

Primary Goal

One of our primary goals is to keep our members informed about all of the options available in the financial marketplace. We hope to help guide you to the products and services that will help you reach your financial goals.

People Helping People

We are dedicated to the credit union philosophy of “People Helping People.” Everything we do at Granite Credit Union is done with our members in mind.

Our mission is “To be our members’ 1st choice for high-quality financial products and services.”

We are striving to provide our members with services that:

  • Save money by being fairly priced.
  • Are convenient to use.
  • Save time with short lines and fast answers.
  • Provide a friendly atmosphere to do business.
  • Provide a safe and secure place to save and borrow.

We have worked hard to provide a full line of products, a great place to borrow money for today and a safe place to save for tomorrow.

Holiday Schedule

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DateHolidayDay of the Week
January 1, 2018New Years DayMonday
January 15, 2018Martin Luther King DayMonday
February 19, 2018President's DayMonday
May 28, 2018Memorial DayMonday
July 4, 2018Independence DayWednesday
July 24, 2018Pioneer Day (Utah State Holiday)Tuesday
September 3, 2018Labor DayMonday
October 8, 2018Columbus Day - We're OpenMonday
Nov.12, 2018Veterans DayMonday
November 22 & 23, 2018Thanksgiving DayThursday - Friday
December 25, 2018Christmas DayTuesday
January 1, 2019New Year's DayTuesday