A credit union since 1977. 1977, Brownbuilder Conception. Fifteen Brown & Root employees held the very first meeting to form a new financial institution. A Board of Directors was appointed, as were the initial Credit Committee and Supervisory/Audit Committee. 1978, Brownbuilder Federal Credit Union Opens. On April 3, 1978, Brownbuilder Federal Credit Union opened its doors to its membership. Ann Marquis was hired as the first manager by the Board of Directors. Brownbuilder Federal Credit Union joined the Texas Federal Credit Union League, the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and became a member of Southwest Corporate Federal Credit Union. 1981, Started shared drafts. 1986, Brownbuilder joined the Pulse network. 1991, Brownbuilder's first ATM installed. 1997, Installation of a new ATM, IRAs, Mobile Home Loans, and a new voice response system were added. 1998, The credit union's first website was created. 1999, Home banking and bill pay were added as new services. 2003, Brownbuilder offered e-statements to members. 2004, The board of directors hired Mr. David Blezard as the new President/CEO. 2005, The new name Right Choice Credit Union was carefully chosen to replace the name Brownbuilder Federal Credit Union to reflect the charter and strategic direction. 2008, Branch network reaches five branches. 2010, Right Choice Credit Union becomes First Service Credit Union. Right Choice Credit Union completed a merger with First Service Credit Union to form the current First Service Credit Union. As part of the merger, Right Choice assumed the full Field of Membership and assets of the old First Service Credit Union and Right Choice Credit Union's name was changes to First Service Credit Union. Through the merger, there were many enhancements to the new organization's products and services including Mobile Banking, e-Statement, Bill Payment system, and high-yield checking accounts. 2012, Mobile deposit added as new service. 2013, FSCU merged with El Paso Corporation Federal Credit Union. 2014, eCU Mortgage, a wholly owned subsidiary of FSCU, created.