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Credit Union Profile and History


The West Orange Municipal FCU is a member owned not-for-profit financial institution. It is chartered, examined and insured by the U.S. federal government through the National Credit Union Administration. What sets us apart from other institutions is, as a member-owned financial cooperative, we return our earnings back to our members in the form of higher dividends and lower interest rates on loans.

The goal of the founders of WOMFCU was to provide a range of financial services tailored to meet the unique needs of our members. Chartered in 1955 to serve the fire fighters and police officers of West Orange, our field of membership has now expanded to serve employee groups, associations and residents in West Orange and surrounding communities. If you are employed by one of the businesses or are a member of one of the associations listed in our field of membership you are eligible to open an account. Residents of Montclair, NJ in the 07042 zip code are also eligible for membership following the merger with Neighborhood Council FCU.

As an added benefit, members of your immediate family and/or anyone living in your household become eligible for membership in the credit union once you have joined. Immediate family includes parents, siblings, grandparents, spouse/domestic partner and children. If you have a question about membership eligibility please check with our staff.

Our charter also contains the provision, “once a member, always a member”. That means once you join the credit union you may remain a member for life regardless of where you may live or work in the future.

We encourage local employers and small businesses to discuss how we may be able to work with you in offering a valuable employee benefit.

Field of Membership


Employees of:

  • The Township of West Orange
  • The West Orange Public Library
  • The West Orange First Aid Squad, also unpaid volunteers of the Squad
  • The West Orange Board of Education
  • The New Jersey Licensed Beverage Association and members of the Association
  • Tri-City People’s Corporation
  • Main Street Counseling Center, West Orange, NJ
  • West Orange Community House and members of its Board of Directors
  • The Township of South Orange Fire Department, FMBA Locals 40 & 240
  • AAA Fence Corporation
  • Select Towing, West Orange, NJ
  • Eagle Rock Bus Company, West Orange, NJ
  • Tomark Maintenance Company, Belleville, NJ
  • Awisco, Inc., West Orange, NJ
  • Debonaire Men’s Wear, East Orange, NJ
  • Rocco Ciufalo Plumbing, West Orange, NJ
  • Rehabilitation Medicine Associates, P.A., West Orange, NJ
  • The Montclair Public Library, Montclair, NJ
  • Montclair Child Development Corporation, Montclair, NJ
  • Daughters of Israel, West Orange and South Orange, NJ
  • The Housing Authority, City of Orange, NJ
  • Retirees or pensioners from any of the employers in this list

Associations and Organizations:

  • Executive Board & volunteers (coaches and officials) of the Police Athletic League, Inc., (PAL) West Orange, NJ
  • Families participating in West Orange PAL programs
  • Active members of the Knights of Columbus, West Orange Council #5519
  • Dues-paying members of Orange Lodge #135 B.P.O. Elks, Orange, NJ
  • Former members of Neighborhood Council FCU, Montclair, NJ and any Montclair, NJ resident in zip code 07042

Members of the immediate families or households of current members

Volunteers and Staff


Volunteers are at the core of the credit union and our unique system of governance. Credit unions pull their leaders from the membership and charge them with guiding the future of the institution.




Board of Directors

James Williams Chairman
Brad Squires Vice-Chairman
Dawn R. Brockup Treasurer
Letty Case Secretary
Brian Aker
Frank Norborine III
Robert Cosentino
Thomas Drury
John Zimmerman



Supervisory Committee

John Zimmerman Chairman
Geniece Gary-Adams
Patrick J. Matullo III



Staff

Dawn R. Brockup President / CEO
Faith Bennett
Suzanne Phelan