AOD Federal Credit Union President & Chief Executive Officer, Richard H. Simonton, Sr. said that AODFCU is “delighted to be part of the Jacksonville community and is honored to have received this award.”
The Jacksonville Garden Club was first organized in 1931. Members meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2pm @ the Jacksonville Community Center. The Club’s theme is “Gardening for Health & Happiness.” The group holds a plant sale once a year. They also work to provide plants for the Square in Jacksonville, the train depot in Jacksonville, Ladiga Trail Garden, and the Jacksonville Christian Outreach Center. Club members also monitor & maintain a bluebird trail through Jacksonville State University campus & Chief Ladiga Trail.
AOD Federal Credit Union was federally chartered on April 21, 1950, as a financial cooperative toserve its members. The credit union’s original charter group consisted of 45 members who were allemployed by the Anniston Ordnance Depot. AOD Federal Credit Union’s first day of operation was May4, 1950, in an office located on the Depot property. AOD Federal Credit Union offices are locatedthroughout Anniston, Jacksonville & Oxford, Alabama with more than 400 select employer groups.
AODFCU is a full service financial institution with over $257 million in assets as of May 2013.
Financial Institution Rating Agencies Bauer Financial and Weiss Ratings recognized AODFCU withtheir highest awards for safety and soundness -- an honor received by fewer than 2% of this nation’s Financial Institutions. For 63 years, the credit union has provided its members with savings programs,competitive lending and checking products, and a variety of other convenient services tailored to fit theneeds of each individual member. Learn more at www.aodfcu.com. Federally insured by NCUA.