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Bethpage Aircraft Federal Credit Union

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Now know as the Bethpage Federal Credit Union. Serving employees of Grumman Aircraft with savings accounts, loans for every purpose and dividends paid on savings.

Source: Grumman Yankees 1949

October 28, 1941 the credit union was chartered to serve the employees of Grumman Plant #2. 114 members deposited $413.50. By year's end, more than 400 members had saved $4,705.00. Membership grew, and the credit unions of Plant #1 and Plant #2 merged, adopting the name Bethpage Aircraft Federal Credit Union.

In 1974 the name Bethpage Aircraft Federal Credit Union was changed to Bethpage Federal Credit Union serving over 24,000 members.

Information from: Bethpage Federal Credit Union 1990 Annual Report - An Anniversary Album.

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