Forgot User/Password?


ATM Locator

Apply for a Loan

Become A Member

Looking for insurance protection? We've Got You Covered. Find Out More.

Overdfraft Fees

Trico Community FCU Staff Directory

Our qualified staff is here to provide you with an enjoyable experience, and to not make finances a hassle. Please utilize their skills and do not hesitate to ask them for assistance. After all, they are here to serve the members of the Credit Union! Drag your mouse over the management staff to read their biographies and click on any staff member's name to e-mail them.

Eddie Black, President/CEO
Eddie Black, President/CEO
406-442-1421 ext 102

Eddie has spent most of his career working in the credit union movement. Born and raised in Great Falls Montana, he spent four years in the United State Air Force and then came home to earn his Bachelor’s Degree from Northern Montana College. After graduating college he went to work at CUsource LLC and UniPro Systems, both credit union service organization that provide back office support and products ( Information Technology, core data processing, draft processing, statement printing) for its credit union clients. He left in late 2008 and went to work at the Montana School Boards Association providing Grassroots Advocacy services to school districts across Montana. He was hired in July 2011 to lead Trico Community FCU.

Whitney Worm, Lending Manager
Whitney Worm, Lending Manager
406-442-1421 ext 103

Whitney has made her career at Trico Community FCU.  She is a proud born and raised Montana and graduated high school from Capital High.  She began her career as an entry level front line teller, and has worked her way through every aspect of the credit union.  From her time as a teller, she is well versed on the internal operations of the credit union. She has been part of the lending team since 2006 and was recently promoted to the Financial Services Supervisor.

Rhett Buckland, Loan Officer
Cindy Rose, Financial Service Representative
Jalena Johnson, Lead Member Service Representative
Troy Sturdevant, Collections/FSR