Our Story

At OnPoint, we strive to be the leader in delivering extraordinary experiences and value to our community.

Our purpose is to build strong communities by supporting financial growth and well-being, one person at a time.

We accomplish this by following our guiding principles:

  • Pursue innovation that values our members' time and helps them achieve their goals.
  • Vest employees with the authority to deliver superior service and advice.
  • Always do the right thing and act with the utmost integrity.
  • Be the champion of education.
  • Ensure the safety and soundness of our institution to allow for long range sustainability.


OnPoint was founded in 1932 as Portland Teachers Credit Union. Sixteen schoolteachers gathered to create a safe place to save their money and to provide low-cost loans for those looking to build a better life.

Since then, our mission has remained the same – to promote the financial well-being of our members and to ensure the safety and soundness of our credit union. Keeping that mission alive has prompted a few changes along the way.

In 2005, Portland Teachers Credit Union was granted a community charter, meaning we were able to serve anyone living or working in Benton, Clackamas, Columbia, Lane, Linn, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Washington and Yamhill counties in Oregon. To reflect our expanded membership, we changed our name to OnPoint Community Credit Union. In 2007, we amended our charter to include those living or working in Clark and Skamania counties in Washington. In 2009, our charter grew again as we moved to include those living or working in Deschutes County in Oregon. And in 2011, our charter was further expanded to include those living or working in Crook and Jefferson counties in Oregon.

OnPoint has been improving the lives of our members and the communities we serve including the cities of Portland, Vancouver, Eugene, and Bend for over 80 years. We have grown to be the largest community-owned financial institution in Oregon with over 364,000 loyal members. We look forward to building on our legacy of service and making dreams come true for many generations to come.

Executive Team and Board of Directors

As an equal owner of OnPoint, each member has one vote to elect a Board of Directors that will set the overall strategy for our credit union. The Board represents the members, and each Board member is elected to a three-year term. The Board also appoints a Supervisory Committee that ensures the Board and OnPoint management abide by OnPoint’s written policy and that OnPoint’s financial records are accurate.

The Executive Management team implements our policies and manages the day-to-day operations of our credit union.

The Board and Supervisory Committee earn a quarterly stipend based on the position held. This ensures that OnPoint Community Credit Union continues to attract and retain well-qualified individuals for these positions. Click here to read the full Annual Notice of Board of Directors & Supervisory Committee Compensation.

Executive Management

Rob Stuart, President/Chief Executive Officer

Jim Armstrong, Senior Vice President/Chief Information Officer & HR Executive

Veronica Ervin, Senior Vice President/Chief Compliance Officer

Jim Hunt, Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Officer

Steve Leugers, Senior Vice President/Chief Credit Officer

Tory McVay, Senior Vice President/Chief Retail Officer & Wealth Management Executive

Steve Owen, Senior Vice President/Chief Operations Officer

Executive Committee

Tom Tsuruta, Chair

Leland "Rocky" Johnson, Vice Chair

Matt Mroczek, Secretary

Rob Stuart, Treasurer

Board of Directors 2019

Tom Tsuruta, Chair

Leland "Rocky" Johnson, Vice Chair

Matt Mroczek, Secretary

Melissa Damm

Katherine Durham

Steve Goldschmidt

Darren Nakata

Siva Narendra, Ph.D.

Keith Thomajan

Supervisory Committee

Brent Macey, Chair

Sheryl Manning

Scott Thompson

Your Money is Safe at OnPoint

You can be confident your hard-earned money is safe and secure with OnPoint Community Credit Union. With over 80 years of banking know-how and the strength of over 364,000 members behind us, OnPoint has grown into a financial institution that, year after year, is financially sound and remains a safe place for your money.

As a member-owned cooperative, we carefully review our products and services, lending processes and business practices on an ongoing basis to ensure we maintain the integrity of the credit union and interests of our members. We don’t engage in risky investments or lending and are highly prudent in our money management. Our first priority is always our members’ financial success.

OnPoint’s financials underscore that the credit union is well capitalized and well managed. All OnPoint account deposits are insured up to $250,000 under the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF), administered by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). NCUSIF, like FDIC, is a federally insured fund backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. Government. The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 increased federal savings insurance coverage from $100,000 to $250,000. Standard account deposits are federally insured to at least $250,000; if you have a retirement account with OnPoint, it’s insured up to $250,000 as well.

For more information about the insurance that protects your deposits, How Your Accounts Are Federally Insured provides an overview of NCUA insurance and Your Insured Funds is a more detailed review of this subject.

Our practices, procedures and protections all exist to ensure your money is working to help you achieve your financial goals. If you have questions, we invite you to call Member Services at 503.228.7077 or 800.527.3932 (M–F 7:00 am - 7:00 pm; Sat 9:00 am - 1:00 pm).