There are a number of ways you can qualify for membership and join Crane including:
If someone in your immediate family* is already a member of Crane Credit Union.
If you live or work on at least one of twenty-seven Indiana counties.**
If you work at or belong to one of our Select Employee Groups (SEGs). Or, if someone in your immediate family works or belongs to one of our SEGS.
We’re committed to building lifelong relationships with our members and providing quality, low-cost products and services so they can achieve financial success. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you. Please contact one of our local branches to open an account or for more information.
*Immediate family is defined as spouse, child, sibling, parent, grandparent, grandchild, step-parent, step-child, step-sibling and adoptive relationships.
**If you live or work in the following counties you are eligible to join Crane Credit Union: Bartholomew, Brown, Clay, Daviess, Dubois, Gibson, Greene, Hendricks, Jackson, Johnson, Knox, Lawrence, Marion (Center township, Decatur township, Franklin township, Lawrence township, Perry township, Pike township, Washington township, and Wayne township), Martin, Monroe, Morgan, Owen, Orange, Parke, Pike, Posey, Putnam, Sullivan, Vanderburgh, Vermillion, Vigo, and Warrick.
A credit union serves people within its field of membership, as granted by the National Credit Union Administration. Crane Credit Union is not-for-profit and owned by its members. This allows us to offer better rates, low-to-no cost services and a stronger, more personal relationship between members and staff. We value our members and strive to provide the financial products and services they deserve.
Joining Crane requires opening a savings account with a minimum balance of $5.00. Once you become a member, you are always a member, as long as you remain in good standing and maintain an active $5.00 savings account.
USA PATRIOT Act Information
To help fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account, including joint owners.
What This Means To You
When you open an account, we will ask you for your name, address, date of birth and other information that will allow us to identify you.