Ent Federal Credit Union

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Ent Federal Credit Union
Type Credit union
Industry Financial services
Founded 1957
Headquarters Colorado Springs, Colorado
United States
Key people Charles F. Emmer, CEO
Randy Bernstein, President
Tim E. Rickert, Chairman
Products Savings; checking; consumer loans; mortgages; credit cards; online banking
Total assets $3.9B USD (2013)
Website ent.com

Ent Federal Credit Union or Ent is a community credit union serving Southern Colorado and the Pikes Peak Region with almost $3.8 billion in assets[1] and more than 224,000 members.

Ent provides a full range of personal and business financial solutions through their Ent.com website, 27 service centers,[2] online and telephone banking, a call center and a mortgage loan center.

Membership[edit]

Ent is a community chartered credit union offering membership benefits to all who live, work, worship or attend school in Denver, El Paso, Pueblo and Teller counties; the Weld County communities of Firestone, Frederick, Dacono, Longmont, Ft. Lupton, Mead, and Erie; or in the Denver area zip codes of 80010, 80011, 80012, 80018 and 80019.

In addition, membership is open to civilian and military personnel of the Colorado Air National Guard, Colorado Army National Guard and those associated with Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora, Colorado.

Family members of Ent members are also eligible to join.

History[edit]

Ent was chartered in 1957 to serve military and civilian personnel assigned to Ent Air Force Base (now the United States Olympic Training Center) and Peterson Field (now Peterson Air Force Base) in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Ent and Ent Air Force Base were both named for Major General Uzal Girard Ent, commander of the Ninth Air Force during World War II. Ent Air Force Base opened in 1951 when the United States Air Defense Command moved to Colorado Springs.

Ent’s community charter change, to serve El Paso and Teller counties in Colorado was approved by the National Credit Union Administration in 1999. Ent’s charter was adjusted again in 2004 to include underserved areas in Denver County and Pueblo County.

References[edit]

  1. ^ March 2013 NCUA Call Report. Retrieved on July 19, 2013
  2. ^ Ent Locations and Hours. Retrieved on March 21, 2011

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