|The forerunner of our present Savings and Loan Association was organized in McMinnville as the American Savings and Loan Corporation.
|The American Savings and Loan Corporation made application for federalization and the name was changed to First Federal Savings and Loan Association of McMinnville.
|The Association was granted a certificate of insurance and became an insured institution through the FSLIC.
|First Federal Savings and Loan Association of McMinnville received its charter.
|The Newberg branch was established at 513 E. Hancock Street.
|The Sheridan branch was opened at 229 Bridge Street. The branch quickly outgrew the space.
|The McMinnville Home Office was originally located on the corner of Third and Evans when it moved to the present location at 118 NE Third Street.
|The Sheridan branch was moved to the current location at 246 Bridge Street.
|Amity and Carlton branches established. The Carlton branch was opened at the current location of 335 W Madison Street. The Amity branch was opened at the current location of 110 Maddox Street.
|The Newberg branch was relocated to the current location at 121 N Edwards Street
|Baker Creek branch established in McMinnville
|Friendsview branch established in Newberg's Friendsview Retirement Community
|Hillside branch established in McMinnville's Hillside Retirement Community
|First Federal expands eBanking and Loan products. Mobile Banking App, Mobile Check Deposit, Business Online Banking, Business ACH, Business Wires, Business Remote Deposit Capture and Commercial Lending.
|First Federal is rated 5-Star for financial strength by BauerFinancial, Inc., the nation's leading bank rating firm. BauerFinancial rates all banks and credit unions on a zero-to-five star scale with 5-stars being the strongest. First Federal can be found on Bauer's Recommended Bank Report.
|First Federal is recognized by DepositAccounts.com, a subsidiary of LendingTree, as one of the Top 200 Healthiest Banks in America.
|First Federal updates brand image to align with vision for the next 100 years.