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Phone: 1-800-322-8472

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Phone: 1-800-500-1044

Debit Card Fraud Hotline

Phone: 1-800-369-4887

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Phone: 1-866-698-8896

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Phone: 1-866-604-0380

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Phone: 1-800-978-9672.

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Phone:

435-259-6124

Fax:

(435) 259-6123

Address:

725 North Main
P.O. Box 1047
Moab, UT 84532

Office Hours (Drive-Up Only)

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday

Phone:

435-564-2100

Fax:

(435) 564-2107

Address:

45 W. Main St.
Green River, UT 84525

Office Hours (Drive-Up Only)

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Monday & Friday – Closed from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.)

11:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m. (Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday)

Phone:

435-678-3444

Address:

1 S. Main St
Blanding, UT 84511

Office Hours (Drive-Up Only)

6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday

Phone:

435-587-4015

Address:

16 E. 200 S., Suite D
Monticello, UT 84535

Office Hours (Car-Hop* Service Only)

9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday

*CarHop service – call the branch and we will pick up your payment or deposit at your car, process it and then deliver the receipt and cash back.

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Grand County Credit Union, doing business as Desert Rivers Credit Union, was established over 60 years ago to give our members less expensive access to loans and a better return on their savings. We have been serving our members since 1957.

We continue that legacy by looking out for “people.” Not profit!

We were organized by teachers of the Grand County School District. Since that time, the Board of Directors expanded our field of membership to include residents of Grand and San Juan counties and their immediate family members. We have calculated that our average member saves $200 per year when they switch from a bank. You too can become a member and take advantage of this savings.

Ten school teachers and administrators seeking access to fair credit and reasonable savings rates incorporated the Credit Union on January 15, 1957. The following are the incorporators and founders of our credit union.
Harold R. Barton
Fred H. Rost
Darrel Crawford
Donald L. Robinson
Frank W. Farnsworth
Clara B. Haner
Jennie W. McMullin
Helen Whitmore
Lynda Steele
Franklin K. Meadows

The application for incorporation was approved by Seth H. Young, the Utah State Bank Commissioner, on January 24, 1957.

Many of our current members may be related to some of the original founders. We owe them our gratitude for their foresight to start a credit union in Moab.

Articles of incorporation from 1957 with 10 signature of credit union founders

After researching the Moab Times Independent archive from 60 years ago in January of 1957, we read that Grand County was represented by George J. Burck in the state legislature. George Dewey Clyde was the new governor at the time. Both appear to be very motivated to what was best for the people of Grand County and the State of Utah.

There were a few of us around in 1957. What was it like back then?

The cost of a gallon of gas – 24¢.
The average cost of a new house – $12,220
A new car cost – $1,831 on average.
Per Capita Income was $2,017 in the United States.
Wham-O sold their first “Frisbee” in January 1957.
Russia put the first artificial satellite into space. Sputnik 1.
South Vietnam was attacked by Viet Cong Guerrillas. (That’s something we’ll want to stay out of).
Our President, Dwight D. Eisenhower ordered U.S. troops to desegregate Little Rock schools.
The Milwaukee Braves won the World Series in 1957 by beating the Yankee 4 games to 3. The Brooklyn Dodgers moved to Los Angeles.
It was the first year of “American Bandstand.”
Ford Motors introduced the Edsel which swiftly died
Top TV Show was “Gunsmoke”
It was the first year of the “Tonight Show” starring Jack Paar.
Donny Osmond was born…Humphrey Bogart died. Could Humphrey sing? Hmmm…
#1 song in 1957 was “All Shook Up” by Elvis Presley

Organized in 1957

We were organized by teachers of the Grand County School District. Since that time, the Board of Directors expanded our field of membership to include residents of Grand and San Juan counties and their immediate family members. We have calculated that our average member saves $200 per year when they switch from a bank. You too can become a member and take advantage of this savings.

Ten school teachers and administrators seeking access to fair credit and reasonable savings rates incorporated the Credit Union on January 15, 1957. The following are the incorporators and founders of our credit union.
Harold R. Barton
Fred H. Rost
Darrel Crawford
Donald L. Robinson
Frank W. Farnsworth
Clara B. Haner
Jennie W. McMullin
Helen Whitmore
Lynda Steele
Franklin K. Meadows

The application for incorporation was approved by Seth H. Young, the Utah State Bank Commissioner, on January 24, 1957.

Many of our current members may be related to some of the original founders. We owe them our gratitude for their foresight to start a credit union in Moab.

Articles of incorporation from 1957 with 10 signature of credit union founders
1957 - Interesting Facts

After researching the Moab Times Independent archive from 60 years ago in January of 1957, we read that Grand County was represented by George J. Burck in the state legislature. George Dewey Clyde was the new governor at the time. Both appear to be very motivated to what was best for the people of Grand County and the State of Utah.

There were a few of us around in 1957. What was it like back then?

The cost of a gallon of gas – 24¢.
The average cost of a new house – $12,220
A new car cost – $1,831 on average.
Per Capita Income was $2,017 in the United States.
Wham-O sold their first “Frisbee” in January 1957.
Russia put the first artificial satellite into space. Sputnik 1.
South Vietnam was attacked by Viet Cong Guerrillas. (That’s something we’ll want to stay out of).
Our President, Dwight D. Eisenhower ordered U.S. troops to desegregate Little Rock schools.
The Milwaukee Braves won the World Series in 1957 by beating the Yankee 4 games to 3. The Brooklyn Dodgers moved to Los Angeles.
It was the first year of “American Bandstand.”
Ford Motors introduced the Edsel which swiftly died
Top TV Show was “Gunsmoke”
It was the first year of the “Tonight Show” starring Jack Paar.
Donny Osmond was born…Humphrey Bogart died. Could Humphrey sing? Hmmm…
#1 song in 1957 was “All Shook Up” by Elvis Presley

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Careers

Credit Unions are created solely to help people financially. We are directed by members who generally focus on only doing what is best for members. As a result, working at Desert Rivers Credit Union can be a fulfilling career.

In additional to a competitive salary, DRCU offer their employees paid vacation and sick days, paid holidays, life and disability insurance, gym membership reimbursement, a 401k and medical insurance to full time employees.

If you’re interested in future employment with DRCU send your resume to taylor@mydrcu.com

Current Openings

Monticello Branch Manager Job Posting

DRCU JOB DESCRIPTION: Branch Manager

REPORTS TO: Vice President/SVP

Responsible for the supervision of the Branch. Functions as a loan officer and will perform all teller functions as needed.  Solve escalated member problems and/or help with complex member questions or work-related matters. Guide and advise team members in the efficient handling of member needs and accurate transactional processes. Manage the day-today operation of the consumer loan department at the branch level.  Ensure compliance with state and federal lending laws and DRCU policies and procedures.

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Randy Martin, Chairman

Jim Lewis, Vice Chairman

Nicole Bierschied, Board Secretary

Marvin Day, Director

Mearl Sheldon, Director

Kevin Marshall, Director

David Tatton, Director

Peggy Taylor, Director

Kari McKay, Director

Samuel Crane, CEO

Keith Hughes, Senior VP

Taylor Harrison, VP

Melissa Meadows, Branch Manager, Moab

Mistie Bastian, Branch Manger, Green River

Tranner Sharpe, Branch Manager, Blanding

Cameron Shumway, Branch Manager, Monticello

 

 

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DateHolidayDay of the Week
December 31, 2019 New Year's Eve - Close at 1 p.m.Tuesday
January 1, 2020New Years DayWednesday
January 20, 2020Martin Luther King DayMonday
February 17, 2020Presidents' DayMonday
May 25, 2020Memorial DayMonday
July 3, 2020Independence Day (observed)Friday
July 4, 2020Independence DaySaturday
July 24, 2020Pioneer Day (Utah State Holiday)Friday
September 7, 2020Labor DayMonday
October 12, 2020Columbus DayMonday
November 11, 2020Veterans DayWednesday
November 26, 2020Thanksgiving DayThursday
December 24, 2020Christmas Eve - Close at 1 p.m.Thursday
December 25, 2020Christmas DayFriday
December 31, 2020New Year's Eve - Close at 1:00 p.m.Thursday
January 1, 2021New Year's DayFriday

Current Openings

Monticello Branch Manager Job Posting

DRCU JOB DESCRIPTION: Branch Manager

REPORTS TO: Vice President/SVP

Responsible for the supervision of the Branch. Functions as a loan officer and will perform all teller functions as needed.  Solve escalated member problems and/or help with complex member questions or work-related matters. Guide and advise team members in the efficient handling of member needs and accurate transactional processes. Manage the day-today operation of the consumer loan department at the branch level.  Ensure compliance with state and federal lending laws and DRCU policies and procedures.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  1. Supervise the activities of the branch operations by assigning work, answering questions, solving problems, helping with complex transactions and sensitive member relations problems.
  2. Ensure that staff is trained and cross-trained in every role of their position to elevate their performance and ensure the delivery of quality service to members and to ensure accuracy in transactions.
  3. Maintain adequate supply of all branch supplies.
  4. Maintain comprehensive, up-to-date knowledge of all State and Federal regulations that are applicable to the transactions performed in the branch. Knowledgeable on all credit union policies and processes within the branch.
  5. Manage the branch vault, ATM, and night drop (where applicable), which includes ordering the cash and currency, verifying cash received, filling teller cash orders, maintaining full vault security, and balancing vault and ATM regularly, and ensuring that night drop is checked and transactions run promptly.
  6. Approve member exceptions and authorize service fee refunds to members when deemed necessary.
  7. Investigate teller losses and institute corrective flow of work and/or corrective disciplinary action where required.
  8. Analyze the work flow on an on-going basis to determine staffing requirements. Oversee work schedules for full-time and part-time employees in the branch to ensure proper service to members.
  9. Review loan approvals and denials for soundness of decisions.
  10. Perform audit of consumer loan files to ensure quality and that lending policies are followed.

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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.

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Desert Rivers Credit Union is an Equal Housing Lender.

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