February 14, 1935
- International Harvester Company Fort Wayne Works Employees Federal Credit Union was organized
April 1, 1935
- Credit union began operations ($250 in assets, 3 employees)
- Reached $1 million in assets
- Reached $2 million in assets
- Reached $4 million in assets
- Reached $5 million in assets
- Largest credit union in state of Indiana ($8.9M in assets, 6,997 members)
- Reached $10 million in assets
- Credit union office relocated to New Haven Avenue, outside IH property, in its first stand-alone main office ($35.7M in assets, 11,722 members, 14 employees)
- Adopted the name Three Rivers Federal Credit Union
- Membership opened to other area businesses
- Credit union begins selling mortgages
- Expanded to Maplewood Shopping Center
- Acquired St. Marys Credit Union in Ohio
- Credit union’s first ATM was added
- New corporate office opened at Northland Boulevard
- Branches opened in Bluffton and Kendallville
- Three Rivers became first federally chartered credit union in Indiana to be designated by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) as a Community Development Credit Union (CDCU), allowing us to offer membership to an underserved area of Fort Wayne.
- 7 branches expanded. The new branches were the first in-store credit unions in the state of Indiana and set a precedent by operating 7 days a week with extended weeknight hours.
- Scott’s Coventry became Indiana's first Credit Union Service Center Shared Branch Outlet, allowing members of participating credit unions to conduct financial transactions as if they are at their own credit union
- Reached $400M in assets with 190 employees
- Community charter expansion announced, allowing anyone who lives, works, or volunteers in the Indiana counties of Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Noble, Wells, and Whitley to become a member of Three Rivers.
- Two branches become LEED-certified: Dupont and West Jefferson, making 3Rivers the leading financial institution in the state for LEED-certified resource centers
- Credit union was rebranded as "3Rivers"
- Reached $673.3M in assets with 232 employees
- Completion of Northland expansion
- Don Cates named President/CEO
- Reached $754M in assets with 250 employees