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G H WOODWORKERS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

G H WOODWORKERS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION is a multiple common bond - other credit union that has approximately 523 members. The credit union first opened 62 years ago in 1955. Now with more than $2 million in assets, G H WOODWORKERS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION employs about 2 people offering various banking and financial related services to its members.

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General information
NameG H WOODWORKERS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Mailing addressPO BOX 1407
Aberdeen, WA 98520
Phone(360) 532-0628
Fax(360) 532-5949
Websiteghwoodfcu.com
CEO/ManagerPENNY SUDDERTH
ChairmanWALTER HILLIARD
Size of credit union
Total Assets$2 MM
Net Worth$0 MM
# of employees2
Peer Group$2 MM - $10 MM
Bond ProviderCuna Mutual Group
FHLB MemberNo
Total Members523
Type of MembershipMultiple common bond - other credit union
Number of Branches0
Last AuditDecember, 2011
Credit Union Features
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The information found on NCUSO.org was provided from the latest quarterly call reports data (December 2011) by the NCUA and from credit unions in accordance with the Federal Credit Union Act, the National Credit Union Administration regulations, or other law. Questions about its accuracy should be addressed to the appropriate credit union.
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