Vision & Mission
Working together to create a strong community through the provision of excellent financial and member service. Our knowledgeable, professional and caring people work together to enhance the economic and social well-being of our members and their communities by providing access to a wide range of excellent financial products and services.
There was interest in the community in forming a Credit Union.
Thanks to Wayne Osterhold and many others, the present Credit Union was given its charter on June 5, 1963. The Credit Union operated out of the Bell Insurance Agencies Office.
In October 1964 the Town of Luseland offered the Library building for sale and the Credit Union purchased it. After one year of operation, assets totalled $44,250.
A new Credit Union building was built and remained the Credit Union office until 2017, with a few additions over the years.
After ten years of operation, assets grew to $2,095,000.
An addition to the Credit Union building began.
After thirty years of operation, assets grew to $19,228,000.
Long time Credit Union manager, Victor Delhommeau, retired after forty years at LCU.
Luseland Credit Union celebrated 50 years as community partners. After fifty years of operation, assets grew to $89,105,000.
Construction on the new Credit Union building began.
The new Credit Union building opened to members on October 23rd.
Jean Halliday was recognized for forty years at LCU.
MEET THE TEAM
Adam has a Commerce Degree with a major in Finance and many years of experience in the Credit Union system. His background in agriculture, combined with lending experience and education, is beneficial to the LCU team.
Alyssa joined our team July 2009, returning to her home area. Her experience working with the public has made the transition to Office Manager quick and smooth. Alyssa has a cheerful smile and great work ethic making her a welcoming person in the branch.
Jean began her career at Macklin Credit Union and Border Credit Union in Provost, Alberta. In 1980, Jean accepted the position of Accountant at LCU and has been a key member of the staff ever since.
Ryley attended the University of Saskatchewan where he completed his Commerce Degree with a major in Accounting. Ryley is a great addition to the LCU, with his education and agriculture background.
Loans Officer / Loan Clerk
Angela has been with LCU for many years and has completed her transition into the Lending department. She is able to help members with any type of loan request and her background in agriculture is a great asset to LCU.
Mickayla completed her Commerce Degree with a major in Management from the University of Saskatchewan. Mickayla grew up in the Unity area and has moved back after finishing her Undergraduate Degree.
Greg grew up in Neilburg and returns to West Central Saskatchewan after a number of years away, joining the LCU team in July 2021. He brings with him 13 years experience of a business advisor role with the last 8 years spent in the CU system, making him a great asset to our team.
Member Services Representative
Megan brings her experience of working with the public to make her a great asset to the LCU team. Megan grew up in the Macklin area, and after being away for post-secondary education has settled nicely into the community.
Donna brings over 25 years of agricultural bookkeeping experience to LCU, in addition to her work as the office manager for a waste disposal company. Donna recently moved to Kerrobert and looks forward to using her office experience as a part of the LCU team.
Michelle is the Documentation Clerk and her work is invaluable in keeping the document shredding up to date along with our monthly mailings.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Bob has served on the board since 2018. Bob is a civil engineer and is employed by a pipeline integrity company, working out of Kerrobert, SK.
Debra has served on the board since 2012. Debra is a busy mom of two, medical clinic employee, and self-employed photographer but still finds time to serve on LCU’s board.
Brian has served on the board since 2013. Brian is a grain and cattle farmer and is a busy dad of three young children.
Dan has served on the board since 2019. Dan operates a grain farm and enjoys volunteering for various organizations.
Nona has served on the board since 2013. Nona, along with her husband Wes, owns Luseland Family Foods grocery store.
Shirley has served on the board since 2019. Shirley retired from a 35-year career with RBC, where she worked in lending, financial planning, and investment funds.
Karen has served on the board since 2020. Karen is the local Housing Authority manager and enjoys the challenge of her new position as a LCU Director.
Alan has served on the board since 2020. Alan is a grain farmer. He held a position on the board previously, and is happy to rejoin LCU’s Board of Directors.
Debra has had extensive experience in the business community. She is excited to take on this new challenge as board member.