BRANCH APPOINTMENT UPDATE: We are still requiring appointments for all non-teller transactions, including any loan related documentation. Walk-ins for teller transactions are welcome. Please note that any walk-ins for non-teller transactions may wait longer due to appointments. To make an appointment please call (562) 862-8141. Thank you for your understanding.
Masks are required inside the DFCU Branch. Thank you for your cooperation.
There are two open positions for Downey Federal Credit Union's 2022 Board of Directors. The candidates are:
Laura Kramer has been on the DFCU Board of Directors since 1999. She has served as Chairwoman, Chair Elect, Treasurer, and Secretary. During her tenure on the DFCU board, the credit union has grown from $38 million to $312 million in assets. Laura is originally from Downey. She attended Warren High School before earning her degree in Political Science from UCLA. She went on to earn certification in Personal Financial Planning. Laura has over 20 years of Executive Fund Development experience with roles in community hospitals such as Downey Regional Medical Center (DRMC), St. John Regional Medical Center, Methodist Hospital of Southern California in Arcadia, and St. Jude Memorial Foundation in Fullerton. She has always enjoyed community work, including serving a term as president for Downey Soroptimists. She currently volunteers for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) in Orange County.
Raul Lopez has been on the DFCU Board of Directors since 2005 and has been a community leader and active volunteer in the city of Downey the past 40 years. He is currently a member (and past president) of the board of the Arc of Los Angeles and Orange County. In addition, he also sits on the board of the Downey Police and Fire Foundation. He is a past president and active member of the Downey Rotary Club, current member and past president of Gangs Out Of Downey, and a former member of the Downey YMCA Board of Managers. Raul, a native of Havana, Cuba, came to California in 1973. He attended Long Beach City College and worked for Prudential Insurance Company until he started his own insurance business in Downey in 1982 - where he worked until his retirement in 2014. He is married to Arlene, an accomplished CPA, and has six children, thirteen grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. During his retirement, he dedicates his time to his family and various volunteer activities; especially the Arc, which holds a special place in his heart.