Creating opportunities and making dreams come true — a real difference in our members’ lives!
At Wright-Patt Credit Union, we work hard every day towards our mission of helping people through life by providing ways to save better, borrow smarter, and learn a lot.
Below are just a few examples of how Wright-Patt has made a real difference in our members’ lives.
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Sean M., Member since 2009
“My father and I used the same bank and were tired of being just a number to them. I’d heard good things about credit unions - their interest rates and how they’re more local than the mega banks - so we joined Wright-Patt. It’s been great!”
Pepper P., Member since 1998
“When I decided to buy my first home, I contacted Wright-Patt. I had everything there already – checking, savings, loans – so I called and was connected with Bryan Sutherland. He explained the different types of loans and we picked out the best type for me. Bryan kept me informed about what was going on, and he took care of everything. I felt great throughout the process.”
Larry H., Member since 2002
“I just bought a home, a motorcycle and a van through Wright-Patt. When I called and told them what I wanted to do, they said ‘go for it’. When you become established they can look at your history. It wasn’t like ‘we’ll have to check and we’ll call you back.’ The guy I bought my truck from said, ‘I never get that kind of service.’ I told him, ‘Then you’re not dealing with Wright-Patt Credit Union.’ ”
Angela J., Member since 2008
“I was super impressed that Wright-Patt was able to customize a loan package for me. My business is so unique that it didn’t really seem to fit into any of the packages I found online. Donna Hale had the persistence to keep going back to her people and seeing what they could work out. They truly customized the whole package for me.”
Philana C., Member since 1984
“I do all of my financial business with Wright-Patt. I’ve had car loans, signature loans, the ReadyLine line of credit, and it’s gone really well. My interest rates have been better than what I would get elsewhere. I feel like my financial decisions were what was at heart, not the institution’s need.”