Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union is more than just a bank. We are a financial cooperative intent on helping members save time, save money and earn money. Whether it’s opening a first account, buying a car, building a dream home or planning for retirement, our team of dedicated professionals are here to help you achieve your goals and build a strong financial future.
The credit union has grown from providing financial resources to military service members and their families to serving hundreds of thousands of members across Texas and around the world. RBFCU has a presence in four major market areas — Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas-Fort Worth and San Antonio — and has more than 60 branches dedicated to serving members and the community.
First and foremost, RBFCU is people. It’s the more than 2,000 employees who serve members’ needs each day. It’s the senior team and Board of Directors that guide the credit union’s growth. It’s the members who give their support and loyalty to the credit union each day.
Meet our Board of Directors
As a credit union, RBFCU is led by a board of volunteers. These leaders generously give their time and expertise on behalf of all credit union members. RBFCU’s board consists of nine members, in homage to the nine original founders of the credit union.
Sandra A. Reeh
Civil Service (Ret.)
Edward M. Polansky
CPA/PFS, President, Polansky Investments, Inc.
Christopher W. O'Connor
CPA, RBFCU President/CEO
Paul W. Denham
Engineer, Civil Engineering Consultants
Chris A. Domangue
Lt. Col. USAF (Ret.) and Civil Service (Ret.)
CMSgt. USAF (Ret.) and Civil Service
Edward L. Marvin
Lt. Col. USAF (Ret.) and business owner
Credit Union Industry (Ret.)
Jesse M. Solano
Chief, Labor & Employee Management Relations, Civilian Personnel Office (RAFB)
Meet our executive management team
RBFCU’s executive management team includes professionals with a wide range of experience in finance, public accounting and a variety of other disciplines.
- Chief Executive Officer Christopher W. O’Connor
- Chief Lending Officer Robert Zearfoss
- Chief Operating Officer Sonya McDonald
- Chief Financial Officer Mark Sekula
- Chief of Staff Mary O’Rourke
Under their leadership and guidance, the credit union has grown to more than $12 billion in assets and remains ranked as one of the strongest and fastest-growing financial institutions in the nation.
As a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative, Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union is committed to serving our members’ financial needs.
Our mission is to improve our members’ economic well-being and quality of life.
Statement of inclusion
RBFCU is committed to ensuring an inclusive working environment which is free of discrimination, harassment and bullying. RBFCU is mindful of diversity and inclusion through hiring, promotion, compensation and vendor selection processes.
When is RBFCU's annual meeting?
The annual meeting is scheduled for the end of March each year and held at the RBFCU auditorium (1 IKEA-RBFCU Parkway, Live Oak, Texas 78233).
How do I qualify for membership with RBFCU?
There are several ways to qualify for membership with RBFCU. Common ways to qualify for membership include your employer, place of worship, community organization, neighborhood or school. You may also qualify through immediate family members who are part of the credit union (spouse, children, parents, siblings, stepchildren, adopted relatives, etc.). You can complete a short online application to see if you qualify for membership.
If you are unable to qualify through any of the options listed above, you may contact us and our member service specialists can help you determine if there are additional opportunities to qualify.
Do I have to be military-affiliated to join RBFCU?
No, at RBFCU, we have more than 3,500 ways to qualify you for membership. To see how you qualify for membership, call us at 210-945-3300 today.
Why do I have to qualify for membership?
Unlike banks that are open to anyone, laws require credit unions like RBFCU to have a defined field of membership, which means you have to be a member to access the products and services credit unions provide. There are a variety of ways to qualify based on where you work, live, worship or attend school. When you become a member of RBFCU, you take advantage of lower loan rates, higher dividends on deposits and lower fees.
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