Jacksonville Firemen's Credit Union is a member owned financial institution. Our mission is to offer excellent service with competitive pricing and to maintain the financial soundness of the credit union to ensure future growth.
Credit Union Profile
Jacksonville Firemen's Credit Union was established in 1933 to serve our members financial needs. The credit union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative that encourages thrift and provides credit at competitive rates. The credit union is owned and operated by its members. Each member has an equal vote regardless of account balance. The Board of Directors is elected by the membership.
Who May Join
Membership in the Jacksonville Firemen's Credit Union is limited to those who are regular employees or public officials of Fire/Rescue Departments in Duval, Clay, Nassau, St. Johns, Flagler, Columbia, Putnam, and Volusia counties, any association of such employees, volunteer organizations associated with professional firefighters, emergency services personnel, associated government employees, and members of the family of persons within such groups.
2205 Haines St 7908 Blanding Blvd
Mailing Address Fax Email
Jacksonville FL 32206
Telephone 904-353-4788 800-566-1533
Office Hours Monday thru Friday, all locations, 8 AM to 4 PM
Office Hours Saturday, Blanding only, 8 AM to noon
John Keane Chairman
Randy Wyse Vice-Chairman
Hastings Williams Secretary/Treasurer
Emory Holsenbeck Director, Audit Chairman
Cullen Chalker Director, Audit Committee
Management and Staff
Lisa Wakefield President/CEO
Emmett Hughes Compliance/Collections Officer
Kim Floyd Controller
Lisa FairClough Branch Manager
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