About Us


Local Decision Making

Being locally owned and operated means that all decisions are made right here, from approving a loan to introducing a new product or service. Motor City also benefits from being a part of a national system of credit unions that work co-operatively on the national, provincial and local level to guide members in achieving financial well-being. Motor City’s Financial Services Representatives can help you get there. Co-operative banking the credit union way sets us apart.

The Motor City Story Expand/Collapse

Motor City Community Credit Union has a heritage that dates back to the early 1900s when one of the first local credit unions was started inside the Windsor Star in 1938. This credit union was later to be known as the Printers’ Industrial Credit Union. Then, sometime during May 1940, another local credit union was formed within the City of Windsor’s transportation department called the S.W. and A. Credit Union.

As the credit union system started to develop in those early years, the auto sector began some of their own operations when three Ford Motor employees groups formed credit unions in 1943, followed in 1944 by the Motorco plants #1 and #3 Chrysler employees. As these credit unions mainly consisted of employees of specific companies, they were known as "closed bond" financial institutions.

Over the next decade several credit unions were formed to assist the workers of various Companies throughout the region. Over time they began to share ideas, help each other and eventually combine efforts to form larger financial institutions. As the financial industry changed, so did the makeup of the local credit union system, with many of the "closed bond" credit unions combining operations and opening their doors to all residents of Windsor and Essex County.

Some of the other credit unions that form our rich heritage are:

Motorco Savings & Credit
Union Limited, incorporated in 1944
Windsor Dominion Civil Servants Credit
Union, incorporated on April 18th 1946
Windsor Municipal Employees Credit Union,
formed on August 12th 1947
Motor Employees (Windsor) Credit Union Limited,
incorporated in 1952
Inmont Credit Union (formerly Rinshed Mason CU, 1949)
Colonial Tool Credit Union
Brewer’s (Windsor) Credit Union
Champion Spark Plug Credit Union
New York Railroad Employees Credit Union
Hospital Employees (Windsor) Credit Union
Windsor City Centre Credit Union
Windsor Community Credit Union
Purity Dairy Credit Union
Printers Credit Union

Today, MCCCU is open to all residents of Windsor and Essex County, with each person having the same control as our ancestors originally planned: one member-owner is to have only ONE vote.

MCCCU is truly a complete financial institution built from the ground up. Become a member-owner today.

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Mission Statement

Motor City Community Credit Union’s Mission is to enhance the quality of life of our community by delivering quality financial products and services effectively, efficiently and with excellence.

Vision Statement

Motor City Community Credit Union strives to be an innovative provider of superior services for the benefit of our member-owners. We operate under the philosophy of "people helping people help themselves".


Trust: We will establish an environment that is responsible, innovative and financially sound.

Integrity: We will always provide our products and services with confidence, pride, dignity and a positive attitude focusing on the best interests of our member-owners and the community.

Honesty: We will provide our member-owners and community with open and direct communication.

We will be responsible to our member-owners, employees, colleagues and communities for the results of our decisions and actions.

Social Responsibility:
We will act to promote environmental sustainability and uphold the co-operative principles as responsible corporate citizens.

We will reward our member-owners for their loyalty.

Your MCCCU Board of Directors Expand/Collapse

Don Fraser - Chair

Don is a lifelong Windsor resident, father of two daughters and has been an employee at Hotel Dieu Grace Hospital for ten years. He has worked in the investment business and holds a Business degree from the University of Windsor. His involvement in community activities includes Dragon Boat Team, HDGH annual fashion show and Board Member at Great Beginning Co-operative Day Care. He is currently president of Windsor & District Highland Dance Association. Don believes strongly in the credit union difference and personalized member service that Motor City has to offer. As a board member, he will continue to educate and promote this as one of Motor City’s primary benefits.

Stephane Boucher - Vice Chair

Stephane Boucher is the Vice President of Operations for Global Vehicle Systems. The reason that he expressed interest in serving as a director is because he knows firsthand the community & industry benefits of a viable financial co-operative like Motor City. As a Commercial Member since 2009 the Credit Union has assisted his small business compete in a global automotive environment. His professional career has allowed him to gain comprehensive knowledge & experiences in the Automotive Tool & Die and Parts Manufacturing marketplace and his participation on the Credit Union’s Board allows him to provide direct input from industry

Wendy Graat - Corporate Secretary

As a Windsor native, Wendy serves as the Executive Director of the Financial Fitness Centre and is a Qualified Insolvency Counsellor, Financial Coach and a Certified Educator in Personal Finance. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Windsor with  extensive board experience, serving on the Board of Governor’s for the University of Windsor and provincial and national boards for various associations (1991-2010). Wendy continues to  use her skills in board governance, strategic planning, risk assessment and human resources to serve the Credit Union and its community of members.

Jim Angus

Jim is a lifelong resident of Windsor and Essex County, presently residing in Tecumseh with his partner of nearly 25 years. Jim has enjoyed a 28 year career in the Advertising Department at The Windsor Star and currently serves as Vice President of CAW Local 240. "Our Credit Union, its members and workers are dependent on our collective efforts to protect good paying jobs, pensions and maintaining social programs for all, we are all connected."

Randy Dupuis

Randal Dupuis is retired Chief Executive Officer of Motor City Community Credit Union (2008 and held many positions leading up to the CEO.

He is  married with four children and seven grandchildren.

He has served the Credit Union and wants to continue to contribute to financial strength and growth  of the credit union by encouraging young people to become members and bank the credit union way.

His 38 years of Credit Union experience remains a true asset to Motor City Community Credit Union.

Sandra Fischer

Sandra is a Windsor resident and grew up in neighbouring Tecumseh. She obtained her Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto and graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2012. In 2014, she returned home with her husband, also a Tecumseh native, to be closer to family. Sandra is currently an associate lawyer at Clarks LLP where she is establishing a Corporate and Estates Law Practice. She is very excited and proud to be a part of Motor City Community Credit Union, an organization which proudly gives so much back to the Windsor community.

Bill Marra

Bill has been a resident of Windsor for over 50 years and an active and avid volunteer in our community since 1986 with numerous community based agencies and non-profit organizations and he has twice participated in Christian sponsored International Missionary trips. Also, in 2004, he was appointed to the Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services where he served for four years. Since 1994, Bill has been elected to Windsor City Council for a total of six terms. During his tenure on City Council, he has served on over two dozen committees, boards and commissions.

Bill resides with his wife Rita along with their three children, Joe-Anthony, Bianca & Dante along with their pet dogs Buddy & Charlie.

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Frank Moceri

Frank and his wife, Kathryn R.N., live in Windsor and have three children. Frank holds a Business Accounting Diploma from St. Clair College, has worked with several Chartered Accountants in the City, was the Corporate Controller for the Narmco Group, and the CEO of Windsor Disposal Services Limited (a family owned company). Frank is currently serving as the Industry Liaison for St. Clair College. His dedication to his community can be seen through the many community charities he has worked with and is involved with such as The St. Clair College Foundation Board, Windsor Executive Association and Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce. Frank is also the proud recipient of such distinguished community awards as the Windsor Chamber of Commerce Company of the Year Business Excellence Award and The St. Clair College Alumni of Distinction Award.

Marc Moore

Marc Moore is a Firefighter with the Windsor Fire Department and is married with two sons. He joined the MCCCU Board of Director's in 2004, after having served on Windsor City Centre Credit Union's Board since 1997. Marc believes we are "building a sound Credit Union by having a strong presence in our community and providing excellent, value added service to our members."


Amy Wolters

Amy grew up in Essex County and is the Manager of Accounting and Financial Reporting at the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Windsor and is a Chartered Professional Accountant. Amy has served on the Financial Fitness Board of Directors, and is actively involved in community events within the city. She is proud to serve on the Motor City Community Credit Union Board and is looking forward to supporting its strong community of members.

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Interested in becoming a Motor City Director?

Motor City is a Member-Owned, democratic co-operative organization. As such, once a year our Member/Owners elect Directors. Each member gets one vote, regardless of the number of shares they own. One person, one vote means control and direction of the Credit Union is not based on the financial resources of a few members, but on the needs of the entire membership.

Who can be a board member?
All Motor City Members who meet the qualifying criteria may participate in Board elections by seeking nomination and running for the Board.

What is the Role of the Board?
The Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring that Motor City operates in a safe and prudent manner, ensuring adherence to standards of sound business and financial practices, policy formulation, setting the Mission, Vision and Values and approving the strategic direction of the Credit Union.

What does it take to become a member of the Board?
Members wishing to be considered as a candidate for Motor City's Board of Directors need to complete the current years Board of Directors Candidate Nomination Package available at your Branch or online during the nomination period.

Applications for nomination for 2020 are now closed.

For more information reagarding the board or nomination, please email nominations@mcccu.com or call 226-826-1516.

Stay tuned for our voting period which will open Friday, June 19, 2020 at 9:00AM EST.

Governance Expand/Collapse

The Board of Directors of Motor City is the decision-making team behind your credit union. Simply stated, the Board determines where we’re going, that we know how to get there, and that we follow the rules along the way.

As a member you can help shape the Board by exercising your right to vote in branch or electronically. You can also become a candidate for the Board yourself. We encourage all our members to actively participate in the democracy of our financial co-operative, whether through voting or becoming a Director. Having a Board that is elected by members is one of our key differences.

Our Board of Directors are dedicated volunteers. They oversee and are ultimately responsible for our strategic and financial planning/performance, compliance with legislation and regulations and the satisfaction of members, staff and other stakeholders.


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