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Credit unions are owned and operated by their members, rather than by stockholders like a bank.  As not-for-profit institutions, credit unions offer higher interest rates on savings accounts and CDs, and lower interest rates on loans and credit cards than most traditional banks.  Joining is easy, and there are many member benefits and perks.

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It's easy.  Membership lasts a lifetime, and once you join, your family can join too.  Check out the membership affiliations below.  If you qualify in the list, simply apply for membership.  You can also qualify by joining the Texas Tech Alumni Association.  Contact us for details.  We're here to help.

 

Join Us

It's easy.  Membership lasts a lifetime, and once you join, your family can join too.  Check out the membership affiliations below.  If you qualify in the list, simply apply for membership.  You can also qualify by joining the Texas Tech Alumni Association.  Contact us for details.  We're here to help.

 

Membership Affiliations

  • Faculty and employees of Texas Tech University, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, and Lubbock Christian University
  • Students attending Texas Tech University
  • Employees and members of the Texas Tech Alumni Association
  • Employees of University Medical Center 
  • Employees of the Children's Home of Lubbock
  • Employees of South Plains Electric Cooperative
  • Employees of Lynn County Hospital
  • Employees of Lynn and Garza County and City
  • Faculty and employees of the following school districts: 
    Cooper ISD
    Frenship ISD
    Idalou ISD
    Lubbock ISD

    New Deal ISD
    New Home ISD
    O'Donnell ISD
    Post ISD
    Roosevelt ISD
    Shallowater ISD
    Slaton ISD
    Southland ISD
    Tahoka ISD
    Wilson ISD
  • Immediate family members to those listed above
  • Retired persons who receive pensions or annuities from the above employers

Membership Affiliations

  • Faculty and employees of Texas Tech University, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, and Lubbock Christian University
  • Students attending Texas Tech University
  • Employees and members of the Texas Tech Alumni Association
  • Employees of University Medical Center 
  • Employees of the Children's Home of Lubbock
  • Employees of South Plains Electric Cooperative
  • Employees of Lynn County Hospital
  • Employees of Lynn and Garza County and City
  • Faculty and employees of the following school districts: 
    Cooper ISD
    Frenship ISD
    Idalou ISD
    Lubbock ISD

    New Deal ISD
    New Home ISD
    O'Donnell ISD
    Post ISD
    Roosevelt ISD
    Shallowater ISD
    Slaton ISD
    Southland ISD
    Tahoka ISD
    Wilson ISD
  • Immediate family members to those listed above
  • Retired persons who receive pensions or annuities from the above employers

Leadership

Our Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee are dedicated volunteer leaders who are elected by our membership.

Board of Directors

Ronald Phillips, J.D., Chairman
Will Armstrong, Ph.D., Vice-Chairman
Vickie Hampton, Ph.D., Secretary
Russell Dabbs, Ph.D.
Dale Duhan, Ph.D.
Eric Fisher, CPA
Justin Noble
Kay Rhodes
Kim Turner, CPA
 

Supervisory Committee

Ethan Logan, Chairman
Eric Gossett
Ben Lagasse

Executive Management

With over 60 years of combined experience, we've got a seasoned and innovative team at the helm.

Chris Hutson

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 Chief Executive Officer

Eric Lundberg

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Chief Operating Officer

Ben Hart

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 Chief Financial Officer

Lisa Huertas

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Chief eXperience Officer

Proud Sponsor of Raider Red

We are honored to be the sponsor of Raider Red, Texas Tech University's beloved mascot.  Our program support provides scholarship funds for Raider Red participants, as well as operational funding for costumes, supplies, travel, marketing needs and more.  As devoted Raider Red fans, we were also excited to fund the Texas Tech Public Media documentary, "Guns Up:  The History of Raider Red", a 2015 Emmy award-winning film depicting Raider Red's history and legacy.

Proud Sponsor of Raider Red

We are honored to be the sponsor of Raider Red, Texas Tech University's beloved mascot.  Our program support provides scholarship funds for Raider Red participants, as well as operational funding for costumes, supplies, travel, marketing needs and more.  As devoted Raider Red fans, we were also excited to fund the Texas Tech Public Media documentary, "Guns Up:  The History of Raider Red", a 2015 Emmy award-winning film depicting Raider Red's history and legacy.

Community Involvement

We're proud to have an employee volunteer program based on our five core values of trust, respect, excellence, kindness, and stewardship.  Each quarter, employees are able to volunteer with pay at one of the following agencies:  Habitat for Humanity, Carillon Life Care Community, High Point Village or South Plains Food Bank.  We love spending time in our community, and value the friendships we're gaining along the way.

Community Involvement

We're proud to have an employee volunteer program based on our five core values of trust, respect, excellence, kindness, and stewardship.  Each quarter, employees are able to volunteer with pay at one of the following agencies:  Habitat for Humanity, Carillon Life Care Community, High Point Village or South Plains Food Bank.  We love spending time in our community, and value the friendships we're gaining along the way.

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