Who We Are
What started as a simple
goodwill-vision of a handful of people has grown
into a thriving and competitive institution with the
same goals at heart. Founded in February of
1941 by the employees of Morton Salt Inc. in
Hutchinson Kansas, Morton Credit Union still exists
for one reason. . . to provide affordable financial
solutions to everyday working people. We
provide timeless advice and workable solutions so we
can help you.
No, We're Not A
We know that consumers often
refer to the place they do financial business as
"bank" but there's actually a pretty big difference
between a credit union and a bank. The biggest
difference is that our members actually "own" us.
They are member/owners, not customers. This
means that they have a say in how our credit union
is run. Unlike banks that have paid
stockholders, our members elect a volunteer Board of
Directors that represent the voice of the
membership. What does this mean for you?
Since we don't have paid stockholders, we return our
earnings directly to our members in the form of
lower loan rates and lower fees - a direct benefit
to you, the owner.
Judy Voeltz, Manager
Ruth Ross, Member Service
Christie Gardner, Member Service