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Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union

As a not-for-profit organization and chartered under provisions of the Federal Credit Union Act, Randolph-Brooks has three primary objectives:

  1. To provide a safe facility for regular savings by its members.
  2. To make loans at a low cost and for good purposes to its members.
  3. To help the members use buying power to their advantage.

We are also regulated by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a U.S. Government Agency. A volunteer, member-elected Board of Directors provides local control. The Board of Directors appoints Supervisory and Loan Advisory Committees. None of the elected or appointed officials are compensated for their services as board or committee members.

Funds are federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a U.S. Government Agency. Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are insured up to $250,000 from other deposit accounts by NCUA. A blanket surety bond, which covers fraud, embezzlement, theft, robbery, and forgery, protects us from any dishonest act committed by an employee or official.

Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union Historical Highlights


September 1952 — Randolph-Brooks opens with nine members and $45 in deposits. The charter is approved on October 6, 1952 by the Bureau of Federal Credit Unions (the Federal governing body at the time).

Charter members include:

Leon L. Brown
David F. Gilbert
R.H. Macklin
Samuel W. Newman
Curt W. Oesterling
R.F. Pancoast
James B. Rawlings, Jr.
Robert C. Selbert
Howard G.Shidal

July 1954 — A fire destroys the credit union and its financial records. The credit union was moved and the financial records restored.

August 1959 — The field of membership is amended to include Brooks Air Force Base, and the Brooks Branch opens.

1960 — Randolph-Brooks reaches its first $1 million in assets.

October 1961 — Credit Union name changed from Randolph Federal Credit Union to Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union on October 25.

1970s

  • July 1975 — Randolph-Brooks merges with Comal Federal Credit Union of New Braunfels and the New Braunfels Branch opens.

    (After outgrowing the original facility in Landa Plaza, the branch relocated to the Courtyard Shopping Center in 1984.)

  • September 1975 — First Share Draft Account opened.

  • February 1976 — Randolph Main Office moved into a new building (#290) on Harmon Drive on Randolph AFB.

  • January 1977 — Randolph-Brooks receives the 1976 Excellence in Architecture Award for the design of the Randolph Main Office Branch located on Randolph Air Force Base, Texas.

  • December 1977 — First ATM, "Totie Teller," installed at the Randolph Branch.

  • December 1978 — The Windcrest Branch opens with the first drive-thru teller window.

    (Originally located in the city of Windcrest on Walzem Road, the branch moved into a new building constructed for it at 8200 Windway in 1981.)

1980s

  • October 1984 — The NACON Branch opens.

    (Outgrowing its current location in 1989, the NACON Branch moves across the street to a larger facility.)

  • November 1987 — The Live Oak Branch opens with the first drive-up ATM and is the first branch to offer safe deposit boxes.

  • September 1988 — Introduction of the credit union's first voice response called "Tammie."

  • January 1989 — The Summit Branch opens at Summit Parkway and Loop 410.

    (The Summit Branch temporarily opened in the Corporate Square Building next door to the branch's current location, which opened in August 1990. The new building houses the credit union's document storage facility.)

  • April 1989 — NAFCU names Randolph-Brooks Board Chairman Walter Creswell, Jr. the 1988 "Volunteer of the Year."

  • December 1989 — St. Luke Federal Credit Union merges with Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union.

1990s

  • 1990 — The "star and contrails" are introduced as the credit union's corporate logo. The star represents our credit union – its history and future as a rising star. The star is also present on Randolph AFB (where the credit union was founded) in the center planter in Washington Circle, near our Randolph Branch. The contrails are representative of our rising stature as a credit union, while also honoring our Air Force origin.

  • April 1990 — The San Marcos Branch opens.

    (San Marcos originally opened in a shopping center at Highway 80 and Bugg Lane).

  • June 1991 — Introduction of the Cashback MasterCard®.

  • August 1991 — The Windcrest Branch relocates into the Interchange Building and is renamed the Walzem Branch.

    (Outgrowing the Windcrest Branch location, the move of the branch also marked the move of administrative offices from the Randolph Branch.)

  • January 1993 — The New Braunfels Branch relocates to the Executive Plaza Building on IH-35 North.

    (This move added more lobby tellers and member service personnel plus safe deposit boxes, drive-thru teller lanes, and drive-up ATMs.)

  • June 1993 — Welcome credit union's 100,000th member.

  • July 1993 — Named "Distinguished Air Force Credit Union" by the U.S. Air Force.

  • December 1993 — The Seguin Branch opens in the Plaza del Rey Shopping Center.

  • 1994 — Randolph-Brooks began offering vehicle buyer's checks for use in the United States and overseas to help members save time and money when purchasing a vehicle.

  • February 1994 — HAL, automated telephone system, brought on-line to replace the credit union's first voice response system, "Tammie," introduced in 1988.

  • August 1994 — The 281 Branch opens in the Park Oaks Shopping Center.

  • April 1995 — Participated in the "Keep Brooks AFB Working" Community Street Rally.

  • October 1995 — Randolph-Brooks merged with Central Texas Catholic Credit Union of Austin and opened two Austin branches: Central Texas and North Lamar.

    (The Central Texas Branch is located at 41st Street and Marathon; while North Lamar is located at 9800 North Lamar – both in North Austin.

  • January 1996 — Randolph-Brooks is granted a community charter for the City of Seguin, Texas.

  • July 1996 — NAFCU names Randolph-Brooks the 1995 Federal Credit Union of the Year.

  • August 1996 — Randolph-Brooks is granted a community charter for the City of San Marcos, Texas.

  • September 1996 — The San Marcos Branch relocates to a new building at 1203 Thorpe Lane.

  • August 1997 — Introduction of Plan America® Program to credit union members to assist them with their insurance and investments needs. This program later changes name to MEMBERS Financial Services.

  • October 1997 — The Schertz Branch opens.

    (This branch was developed to ease the congestion at the Live Oak and Randolph branches and serve the hundreds of new housing residents moving into the FM 3009 and IH-35 area.)

  • June 1998 — The 281 Branch relocates into a new building at Gold Canyon and North Loop 1604 and is renamed the Gold Canyon Branch.

  • July 1998 — Welcome credit union's 150,000th member.

  • August 1998 — The President signed HR1151 – the Credit Union Membership Access Act. This credit union-saving legislation protects consumer's right to join credit unions.

  • October 1998 — Randy M. Smith, Randolph-Brooks President receives CUNA Mutual's highest honor, the Roy F. Bergengren Award – for the leadership demonstrated in the battle to enact HR1151 as a member of the Oversight Task Force of the Credit Union Campaign for Consumer Choice.

  • April 1999 — Introduction of NetBranch Online as a fully interactive online branch allows members to transact their financial business using a computer.

  • July 1999 — NAFCU names Randolph-Brooks Vice Chairman Frederick B. Walters, the 1998 "Volunteer of the Year."

  • August 1999 — The Brooks Branch marks its 40th Anniversary!

  • October 1999 — The NACON Branch relocated to 12307 Nacogdoches and renamed the Thousand Oaks Branch.

    (Opening Celebrated on Tuesday, November 16, 1999)

  • October 1999 — The credit union's Y2K Readiness Disclosure Letter, signed by Board Chairman Walter Creswell, Jr., is mailed to all members.

  • November 1999 — The Seguin Branch relocated into a new building at 1600 E. Court Street.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Wednesday, January 19, 2000)

  • December 1999 — The Mission South Branch opens to serve members living in South San Antonio and the surrounding area.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Tuesday, February 8, 2000. Radio Remote held on Saturday, February 12.)

2000s

  • February 2000 — Introduction of "Member Rewards," a program whereby merchants offer discounts to credit union members.

  • June 2000 — Credit union opens its 100,000th checking account.

  • July 2000 — Randolph-Brooks celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the New Braunfels Branch and announces the construction of a second branch scheduled to open in 2001.

  • August 2000 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground for a second New Braunfels branch at Highway 46 and Oak Run to serve the growing membership in the New Braunfels and the surrounding area.

  • September 2000 — Introduction of the Freedom Check Card.

  • October 2000 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground for a new San Antonio branch at Walzem Road and FM 78 to serve members in the northeast part of the city and surrounding communities.

  • December 2000 — Randolph-Brooks granted an underserved charter for the South San Antonio area defined by IH-10 to the north, South Loop 410 to the east and south, and IH-35 to the west. The area encompasses all of Brooks Air Force Base and the surrounding community.

  • December 2000 — Randolph-Brooks purchases 20 acres in Live Oak, Texas to accommodate construction of a new building to house administrative functions.

  • February 2001 — The Mission South Branch celebrates its one-year anniversary and the credit union formally announces its South San Antonio membership expansion initiative.

  • February 2001 — The Oak Run Branch opened.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Wednesday, March 21, 2001.)

  • February 2001 — Introduction of Randolph Brooks Services Group, LLC (RBSG) to credit union members. RBSG is a wholly owned subsidiary of Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union and offers members investment, insurance, and other services including Dental Benefits Max.

  • March 2001 — First educational branch opens at Ed Franz Elementary School in Live Oak, Texas.

  • July 2001 — Randolph-Brooks selected as the 2000 Air Force Association's Organization of the Year.

  • August 2001 — Capitol Credit Union/South Austin drive-thru access only and ATM network access.

  • August 2001 — Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union granted an underserved charter for Caldwell County and Wilson County.

  • September 2001 — The Woodlake Branch opened.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Wednesday, October 17, 2001. Community Day and Pumpkin Patch held on Saturday, October 20.)

  • September 2001 — Second educational branch opens at Kitty Hawk Middle School in Universal City, Texas.

  • January 2002 — Randolph-Brooks kicks off its year-long 50th Anniversary with branch celebrations to thank members for their membership and unmatched loyalty.

  • March 2002 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground for a third Austin branch at 205 S. Congress and Highway 290 (Ben White) to serve the growing membership in South Austin and the surrounding area.

  • April 2002 — Randolph-Brooks achieves two additional milestones: serving more than 200,000 credit union members worldwide and reaching $1 Billion in Loans.

  • April 2002 — Welcome credit union's 200,000th member – Candace Beck, a 1st Grade student from Seguin, Texas

  • June 2002 — Randolph-Brooks opens its Lockhart Branch to serve families who live, work, or worship in Caldwell County.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Wednesday, July 24, 2002. Community Day was held on Saturday, July 27.)

  • July 2002 — Randolph-Brooks receives approval to expand its original South San Antonio area to extend membership to residents living in South Bexar County.

  • September 2002 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground for its Administrative Service Center in Live Oak, Texas.

  • December 2002 — The Ben White Branch opened on December 31, 2002.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Wednesday, February 5, 2003)

  • March 2003 — Randolph-Brooks granted a designation to serve a defined area of South Austin allowing us to extend membership to residents living within the area.

  • March 2003 — Introduction of Vehicle Protection Package – a program package that provides protection against high costs associated with vehicle repairs that includes 1) Major Mechanical Protection (MMP), 2) Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) Advantage, and 3) Payment Protection Insurance.

  • April 2003 — Randolph-Brooks granted a designation to serve a defined area of Central Austin allowing us to extend membership to residents living within the area.

  • April 2003 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground for a new San Antonio branch at Bandera and Loop 1604 to serve members in the northwest part of the city.

  • April 2003 — Randolph-Brooks approves the name change of Central Texas to the Seton Branch.

  • May 2003 — The Central Texas Branch relocates to a new building at 3110 N. Lamar at 32nd Street and is renamed the Seton Branch opening on Monday, May 19. It was renamed in honor of our sponsor, the Seton Healthcare Network.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Wednesday, June 18, 2003.)

  • May 2003 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground for a new San Antonio branch at Rigsby and Loop 410 South to serve members in the southeast part of the city.

  • June 2003 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground for a new Floresville Branch to serve members in Wilson County.

  • August 2003 — Introduction of Platinum MasterCard® and Star Points (powered by ScoreCard®), which allows redemption of points earned for airline tickets, merchandise, and gift certificates.

  • October 2003 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its Floresville Branch on Saturday, October 18.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day Celebrated on Saturday, November 8, 2003.)

  • November 2003 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its Bandera Pointe Branch on Monday, November 24.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Wednesday, January 28, 2004.)

  • December 2003 — RBFCU becomes one of the first credit unions in Texas to introduce Home Equity Lines of Credit.

  • January 2004 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its Rigsby Branch on Monday, January 5.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day Celebrated on Saturday, March 6, 2003.)

  • January 2004 — Introduction of ePay – an electronic bill payment service that allows credit union members to pay bills online using NetBranch Online.

  • February 2004 — Administrative Service Center opens for employee move-in on Sunday, February 8, 2004. The move, planned in three phases spanning three weekends, ended on Sunday, February 22.

    (Building Dedication, Grand Opening, & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Celebrated on Wednesday, June 2, 2004. "An Evening Under the Live Oak Trees" – A Randolph-Brooks Member & Employee Celebration was held on Saturday, June 26, 2004.)

  • April 2004 — Introduction of Premier Checking – a value-added checking account that offers an assortment of money-saving travel perks.

  • June 2004 — Introduction of Vacation Loan – a low rate loan used for vacation or other uses including back-to-school, wedding, furniture, and/or debt consolidation.

  • December 2004 — Introduction of eStatements – an online version of member statement that allows access to past statements (up to twelve months) with links to newsletter and other important credit union information.

  • January 2005 — Introduction of Randolph Brooks Title Company, LLC (RBTC) to offer title settlement services to buyers, sellers, builders, mortgage lenders, and other real estate professionals for property in Texas.

  • February 2005 — Third educational branch opens at Memorial Intermediate Elementary School in New Braunfels, Texas.

    (Randolph-Brooks Educational Branch celebrated its Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Thursday, October 13, 2005.)

  • March 2005 — Introduction of Financial Education Program designed to establish Randolph-Brooks as a recognized leader in providing financial education to high school students and alternative and adult community programs.

  • July 2005 — Introduction of CU Realty of Texas, LLC, jointly owned by Randolph-Brooks and San Antonio Federal Credit Union, is a credit union service organization that helps members save money when buying or selling a home.

  • July 2005 — Mortgage Lending changes name to Real Estate Center in recognition of expanding services to credit union members including title settlement, buying and selling a home, Mortgage Lending changed its name to the Real Estate Center to better reflect its new products and services.

  • September 2005 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground for a Buda Branch to serve members in Central Texas and the surrounding IH-35 corridor communities. (Event held on: Wednesday, September 14)

  • September 2005 — Randolph-Brooks becomes an approved Small Business Administration Lender to serve the borrowing needs of member who own small businesses.

  • October 2005 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground for a new New Braunfels Branch at 994 IH-35 South at Lakefront Blvd. (near Kohl's) to continue serving credit union members living in Comal County and surrounding communities. Once open, our existing branch located at 555 IH-35 South (Executive Plaza) will close. (Event held on: Wednesday, October 12)

  • October 2005 — Fourth educational branch opens at Wagner High School in Converse, Texas.

    (Randolph-Brooks Educational Branch celebrated its Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Wednesday, October 26, 2005.)

  • February 2006 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground for the new Brooks Branch. This will relocate our current location from Brooks City-Base to City Base Landing Plaza – a commercial development at S.E. Military Drive and Goliad Road. Brooks Branch serves the South San Antonio area and many surrounding communities. (Event held on: Wednesday, February 22.)

  • March 2006 — Randolph-Brooks signs lease for a branch in the Rockwood Village Shopping Center in Austin, Texas. This new branch, located at 8620 Burnet Road, will relocate our North Lamar Branch from 9800 North Lamar. (Lease signed on Thursday, March 23, 2006.)

  • April 2006 — Randolph-Brooks achieves $2 Billion in Member Deposits.

    (To mark the milestone reached on April 3, 2006, Hershey bars, in a custom sleeve, were given to employees [in May/June] as a "Thank You" for helping the credit union reach two billion in deposits.)

  • August 2006 — Randolph-Brooks introduces a youth account, the Super Stars, a brothers and sister family of super heroes who, along with their friends, go on adventures and teach the value of saving.

  • September 2006 — The North Lamar Branch relocates to the Rockwood Village Shopping Center at 8620 Burnet Road, in Austin and is renamed the Rockwood Branch – opening its doors on Monday, September 18.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Friday, November 10, 2006.)

  • September 2006 — The Brooks Branch relocates to a new building at 3181 Goliad Road and S.E. Military Drive in Southeast San Antonio in the City Base Landing Shopping Center – opening its doors on Monday, September 25.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Wednesday, October 18.)

  • October 2006 — The New Braunfels Branch relocates to a new building at 994 IH-35 North (Next to Texas MedClinc) – opening its doors on Tuesday, October 10.

    (Grand Opening Celebrated on Thursday, January 25, 2007. Radio Remote Day on Saturday, January 27, 2007.)

  • November 2006 — After more than two years of planning and design, RBFCU introduces a new NetBranch, which adds content and makes navigation easier.

    (Launch date: Sunday, November 19.)

  • December 2006 — Randolph Brooks Services Group, LLC manages more than $100 million in assets.

  • January 2007 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Buda Branch on Thursday, January 18. (Opening was scheduled for Tuesday, January 16, but was delayed due to the 2007 Winter Blast.)

    (Grand Opening & Community Day Celebrated on Saturday, March 10, 2007.)

  • February 2007 — Randolph-Brooks welcomes it 250,000th member, Joe Nunley on February 28, 2007 at our Gold Canyon Branch.

    (Mr. Nunley was presented with a $250 RBFCU MasterCard Gift Card.)

  • April 2007 — Randolph-Brooks introduces Check Imaging to its members.

    (Beginning April 29, members can view cleared checks using NetBranch Online. This enhancement allows members to view checks cleared from April 4, 2006. For check prior to that date, members were asked to call our Member Service Center.)

  • May 2007 — Randolph-Brooks receives approval to serve those who live, work, worship, or attend school in West San Antonio as an Underserved Area.

    (NCUA approved underserved area on Monday, May 21, 2007. The Randolph-Brooks Board of Directors officially accepted approval of the new underserved area on Tuesday, June 26, 2007.)

  • May 2007 — Guadalupe Valley Federal Credit Union, in Gonzales, Texas, merges with Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union.

    (During a special meeting on Tuesday, May 15, 2007, Guadalupe Valley Federal Credit Union members overwhelmingly approved a merger between Guadalupe Valley Federal Credit Union and Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union. On Sunday, July 1, the two credit unions became one and Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union began serving members in Gonzales, Texas and the surrounding area.)

  • August 2007 — Randolph-Brooks receives approval to serve those who live, work, worship, or attend school in Gonzales County and the City of Kerrville as Underserved Areas.

    (NCUA approved the Gonzales Underserved Area on Wednesday, August 8 and the City of Kerrville on Tuesday, August 21, 2007. The Randolph-Brooks Board of Directors officially accepted approval of the two new underserved areas on Tuesday, August 28, 2007.)

  • August 2007 — Since becoming a Small Business Administration (SBA) Lender in 2005, Randolph-Brooks quickly excelled in meeting the borrowing needs of members' small businesses that SBA designated the credit union as both an SBA Preferred Lender and an SBA Express Lender.

  • November 2007 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new, relocated Gonzales Branch on Tuesday, November 13.

    (Ribbon Cutting & Community Day Celebrated on Saturday, February 9, 2008.)

  • December 2007 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Northcliffe Branch on Wednesday, December 12, 2007.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day Celebrated on Saturday, February 23, 2008.)

  • January 2008 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Wonder World Branch in San Marcos on Monday, January 28, 2008.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day Celebrated on Saturday, March 8, 2008.)

  • February 2008 — Randolph-Brooks presents $1,000 Reward to 1,000th Buda Member, Vangie Castillo. This campaign began in June 2007 with newspaper ads in the Kyle Buda Eagle and Hays Free Press to promote membership.

  • February 2008 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Kerrville Branch on Wednesday, February 27, 2008.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day Celebrated on Saturday, April 12, 2008.)

  • February 2008 — Randolph-Brooks awards 55 members $55,000 to mark the 55th Birthday of Randolph-Brooks observed in October 2007. With more than 452,000 entries, here are the winners. (NOTE: Some winners wished to remain anonymous. Winners announced in April 2008 Member Newsletter and listed on web site.)
Sonya H. Yolanda D.
Jennifer E. Jose G.
Janice C. Jennifer T.
Cruz A. Pam A.
Timothy C. Carole M.
Charlene G. Julio M.
Rebecca S. Mozelle M.
Cynthia T. Karen C.
Bertha S. Chad M.
Freddie K. Maxine M.
CJ L. Maria L.
John W. Thomas R.
Guadalupe V. Gregory D.
Carl P. Antonette W.
Sharon S. Richard C.
Jill M. Laura R.
Gabriel S. Mariann C.
Pauline Y. Austin K.
Lee B. Robert N.
  • March 2008 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Potranco Branch on Monday, March 24, 2008 serving the West San Antonio FOM and surrounding areas.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day Celebrated on Saturday, May 17, 2008.)

  • March 2008 — Randolph-Brooks Real Estate Center exceeds $100 million in mortgage loans with escrow.

    (Until FICS was installed in July 2005, Randolph-Brooks did not have loans with escrow.)

  • August 2008 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Bulverde Crossing Branch on Monday, August 18, 2008.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day Celebrated on Saturday, September 20, 2008.)

  • October 2008 — Randolph-Brooks introduces a third credit card option for members: the Platinum Preferred Rate MasterCard on Wednesday, October 1, 2008. This new card offers a lower rate and a possible 1% off for members based on their relationships with the credit union.

  • December 2008 — Randolph-Brooks makes membership available online via NetBranch. This new feature allows users to qualify, join and fund accounts from anywhere they have Internet access.

  • December 2008 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Marshall Road Branch on Monday, December 15, 2008.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day Celebrated on Saturday, January 31, 2009.)

  • June 2009 — Randolph-Brooks receives approval to serve those who live, work, worship, or attend school in Central San Antonio as an underserved area.

  • August 2009 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new North Austin Branch on Monday, August 10, 2009.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, September 12, 2009.)

  • August 2009 — Welcome credit union's 300,000th member - Leila Lindley, who opened her account at our Rigsby Branch on August 17, 2009.

    (On August 21, 2009, Ms. Lindley was awarded a $300 RBFCU MasterCard® Gift Card.)

  • August 2009 — Randolph-Brooks celebrates the 50th Birthday of the Brooks Branch, which began serving Brooks Air Force Base military and civilian personnel in South San Antonio on August 5, 1959.

    (Community Day celebrated on Saturday, August 22, 2009.)

  • October 2009 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Cedar Park Branch on Monday, October 26, 2009.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, January 30, 2010.)

  • January 2010 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new IH-10@UTSA Blvd. Branch on Tuesday, January 19, 2010.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, February 27, 2010.)

  • March 2010 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Boerne Branch on Monday, March 15, 2010.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, May 1, 2010.)

  • April 2010 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Lake Creek Branch on Monday, April 19, 2010.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, June 5, 2010.)

  • July 2010 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Culebra Branch on Monday, July 19, 2010.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, September 25, 2010.)

  • July 2010 — Randolph-Brooks purchases a 36,147 square foot building complex (comprised of two buildings) in North Austin to establish the Austin Administrative Center. Randolph-Brooks gained ownership of the property on Monday, July 19, 2010 continuing its service in Austin and the surrounding area.

  • August 2010 — Randolph-Brooks breaks ground on Thursday, August 26 for Phase II of its Administrative Service Center in Live Oak, Texas.
  • October 2010 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Bitters Branch on Monday, October 11, 2010.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, November 6, 2010.)

  • April 2011 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Round Rock Branch on Monday, April 11, 2011.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, April 30, 2011.)

  • August 2011 — The Walzem Branch relocates into a new building in Windcrest, Texas and is renamed the Windcrest Branch.
  • (This new branch was originally located in Windcrest, Texas. When it opened in December 1978, it offered the first drive-thru teller window. In 1981, the branch moved into its newly constructed building also in Windcrest, Texas. After outgrowing the building ten years later, the Windcrest Branch relocated into the Interchange Building in San Antonio and is renamed the Walzem Branch. This relocation also marked the move of administrative offices from the Randolph Branch.)

  • October 2011 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its newly relocated Lockhart Branch on Monday, October 3, 2011.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, October 29, 2011.)

  • October 2011 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Stone Hill Branch on Monday, October 17, 2011.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, November 5, 2011.)

  • March 2012 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Steiner Ranch Branch (inside Randalls) on Wednesday, March 21, 2012.

  • June 2012 — Randolph-Brooks opens its new Austin Adminstrative Service Center on Monday, June 18, 2012.

    (Ribbon cutting celebrated on Wednesday, August 1, 2012.)


  • July 2012 — Seguin area member Jose Rodriguez was honored for being the 400,000th member. He was recognized by the branch manager and staff and presented with a special award.

  • December 2012 — Randolph-Brooks opens its new Austin Highway Branch on Monday, December 17, 2012 to serve Northeast San Antonio as well as Alamo Heights and Terrell Hills.

  • May 2013 — Randolph-Brooks opens the Domain Branch on Monday, May 20, 2013. This location replaced the Rockwood branch and provided members with more convenient branch access.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, June 8, 2013.)

  • August 2013 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Dripping Springs Branch on Monday, August 5, 2013.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, August 24, 2013.)

  • August 2013 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Floresville Branch on Monday, August 12, 2013 – moving services from a modular building to a site constructed facility.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, October 26, 2013.)

  • September 2013 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Parmer Lane Branch on Monday, September 23, 2013.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, October 19, 2013.)

  • October 2013 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Southpark Meadows Branch on Monday, October 14, 2013.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, November 2, 2013.)

  • January 2014 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new MoPac Branch on Tuesday, January 21, 2014.

    (Grand Opening & Community Day celebrated on Saturday, February 22, 2014.)

  • March 2014 — Randolph-Brooks opens doors to its new Broadway Branch on Monday, March 3, 2014.