Barksdale Federal Credit Union expands to Damascus

On May 7, Barksdale Federal Credit Union (BFCU) hosted a ribbon cutting at their new location at 17401 Hwy.65 S., Damascus (Faulkner County.)

John Weaver (from left), CFO and executive vice president; Christa Harper, Damascus location manager; Melissa Couch, VP of business development; and Patrick Gullatt, president and CEO.

“We are excited to celebrate the ribbon cuttings of all five BFCU Arkansas locations: Greenbrier, Damascus, Marshall, Little Rock and Portland. We look forward to being a part of the Arkansas communities and welcome Arkansas members into the BFCU family,” said Patrick Gullatt, BFCU’s president and CEO. 

“These five locations expand our footprint into Arkansas, resulting in expanded product, service and technology offerings for our Arkansas members,” he said. “We are deeply engaged in our communities, have a strong organizational culture and sincerely care for our members’ financial wellness. We are also committed to working closely with our community partners.”

Stephanie Pinkston (from left), April Ketelaar, Christa Harper, Mackenzie Holcomb and Sally Jones work at the Damascus Branch.

Barksdale Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Bossier City, is Louisiana’s largest locally-owned financial institution. Formed in 1954 to serve the military and civilian personnel of Barksdale Air Force Base, the $2.1 billion in assets credit union now offers a full range of products and services via digital channels and 35 full‐service centers in Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas, serving more than 150,000 members across the world.