About Us


Who We Are

The Gallatin Steam Plant Credit Union was chartered in 1957 to serve the financial needs of its members.

Members are made up of annual employees of the Gallatin Steam Plant in Gallatin, Tennessee, and their families.

What’s So Special About Credit Unions?

Unlike other financial institutions, a credit union is owned and run by its members. Members make up the board of directors, who manage and elect the officers to handle the business and operation of the credit union. Members make up the credit committee which decides on loans that are made. Members make up the supervisory committee which makes sure the credit union is run correctly.

Are you getting the idea that it's the members who make the credit union special? That’s absolutely right! Our members are joined together by a common bond and will serve only our members. There are no outside stockholders. All net earnings after expenses are paid out to our members in dividends. That means your savings grow faster!

Is My Money Safe?

Federal credit unions are chartered under the terms of the federal credit union act and supervised by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA).

Your Savings federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government. National Credit Union Administration, A U.S. Government Agency.

Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Central

Monday - Friday

 

2017 Holidays:

Monday, January 2nd- New Year's Day 


Monday, January 16th - Martin Luther King Day

 

Monday, February 20th - President's Day

 

Monday, May 29th - Memorial Day

 

Tuesday, July 4th - Independence Day

 

Monday, September 4th - Labor Day

 

Monday, October 9th - Columbus Day

 

Friday, November 10th - Veteran's Day

 

Thursday & Friday, November 23rd & 24th - Thanksgiving Day

 

Monday, December 25th- Christmas

Staff:

 



 

 

Board of Directors:

 

Joe Cornwell, President

 

Mitchell Ray, Vice President

 

Josh Fortenberry, Secretary

 

Kenneth Davis, Treasurer

 

Shawn Speck