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Encourage the financial growth and well-being of our community by delivering innovative and relevant products and services within a knowing and trusting relationship.


Upholding a culture of mutual respect ensures we meet the needs of our members better than any other financial institution, and secures the money entrusted to our care.

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Core Values

Demonstrate upstanding moral character and honesty

Do the right thing and treat everyone with fairness and respect

Maintain a positive and unified work environment to reach a common vision

Member Focus
Make Every Member Banking Experience Relevant

Working together to connect with and improve our community

Good Stewardship
Taking responsibility for members’ wealth, time and livelihood

Who We Are

River City Federal Credit Union membership is extended to people who live, work, worship or attend school in Bexar County (click here to view a complete list of Membership Eligibility).

River City FCU is regulated by the National Credit Union Administration, an agency of the U.S. government (click here to find out more about Your Insured Funds).

River City Federal Credit Union History

River City FCU was chartered in 1936 by ten telephone company employees with a vision and $100. They volunteered their time to foster a common dream.

Our credit union was originally chartered under the name of San Antonio Telephone Employees Federal Credit Union.  Now named River City FCU, we serve not only telephone employees, but the heart of the San Antonio community, including people who live, work, worship or attend school in Bexar County.

Here are some important events that occurred in River City FCU's history:

2012 - Opened fourth in-store branch at 9238 N. Loop 1604 W. & Bandera Rd. (inside H-E-B)
2012 - Awarded "Juntos Avanzamos" (Together We Advance) designation
2011 - Opened third in-store branch at 5910 Babcock (inside H-E-B)
2011 - Opened second in-store branch at 20725 Hwy 46 (inside H-E-B Plus) in Spring Branch, TX
2010 - Opened first in-store branch at 2929 Thousand Oaks (inside H-E-B)
2010 - Merger completed with Southeast Community Credit Union; Southeast Branch  opened at 7131 Fairlawn
2009 - Kim L. Heinze, President/CEO, hired
2008 - Bitters Branch office opened at Bitters and Blanco Road
2006 - Field of membership expanded to Bexar County
2005 - Reached $100 million in assets
2002 - Name changed to River City Federal Credit Union
2001 - Field of membership expanded to include the community inside Loop 410
1996 - North Office relocated to permanent facility at 825 Jackson Keller
1993 - Downtown Office relocated to 610 Augusta
1990 - Second branch opened at 4119 Broadway (inside the AT&T building)
1986 - Watt Prichard, President and CEO, hired
1979 - First branch office opened on the Northside 
1975 - Second general manager, Jack Kile, hired
1960 - First office built at 202 Baltimore
1946 - Offices rented at the Insurance Building and first general manager, Roger Siddall, hired
1936 - Charter approved by the Governor of the Farm Credit Administration

The Board of Directors is made up of volunteers elected by the membership to provide direction to the management team on behalf of all member/owners.

Board of Directors

  • Glen A. Glass, Chair
  • Joe Diaz, Jr., Vice Chair
  • Bruce Ashton, Secretary/Treasurer
  • Elia Carmona
  • Del de Leon
  • Michael H. Gonzalez
  • Stephen Skloss

Leadership Team 

  • Kim L. Heinze, President/CEO
  • Michael Quintanilla, Vice President - Finance/CFO
  • Ryan L. Pierce, Vice President - Lending
  • Eve Hernández, Vice President - Marketing & Business Development
  • Julissa Maldonado, Vice President - Human Resources
  • John Mendez, Vice President - Information Systems

Branch Management

  • Janie Cortez - Branch Manager, Jackson Keller
  • Priscilla Bianchi - Branch Manager, Spring Branch (inside H-E-B Plus)
  • Criselda Woolard - Branch Manager, Thousand Oaks (inside H-E-B)
  • Zachary Lillge - Branch Manager, Babcock (inside H-E-B)
  • Michael Sanchez - Member Service Center Manager, Downtown
  • Maria Sifuentes - Branch Manager, Bandera Branch (inside H-E-B)
  • Christopher Hanson - Branch Manager, Southeast
  • Christina Zepeda - Branch Manager, Downtown
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The Supervisory Committee is appointed by the Board of Directors to perform internal control duties, such as an annual audit and member account verification. You may contact them by regular U.S. mail:

Supervisory Committee
River City FCU
PO Box 12689
San Antonio, TX 78212-0689

Useful Phone Numbers

Member Service Center
(210) 225-6866 | (800) 535-3322

TouchTone Teller
(210) 225-0708 | (800) 644-4748

Visa Account Information
(800) 442-4757

Routing Number

If you have a River City FCU checking account, the routing number can be found at the bottom of your checks in the far-left hand corner.

This number is helpful when setting up:

• Direct Deposit
• Automatic Transfers/Withdrawals
• Tax refund that will be electronically deposited to your account
• Electronic Fund Transfer to pay a bill.

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