Sitka branch_Fotor Sitka Main Office
401 Halibut Point Road
Sitka, AK 99835
907/ 747-6261
Fax: 907/ 747-8038

Sitka Lobby hours
Monday-Friday 9 am-5:30 pm
Saturday 9 am-1 pm

Sitka Drive-thru hours
Monday-Friday 9 am-5:30 pm
Saturday 9 am-1 pm

Petersburg branch_Fotor Petersburg Branch
312 N. Nordic Drive
PO Box 1933
Petersburg, AK 99833
907/ 772-2900
Fax: 907/ 772-2901

Petersburg Lobby hours
Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm
Saturday: Closed

Toll Free
888/ 747-6261


Report lost/stolen credit card
During business hours 907/ 747-6261
24 hours 800/ 847-2911  (1-800-VISA-911)

Report lost/stolen ATM debit card
During business hours 907/ 747-6261
24 hours 800/ 528-2273

Staff Directory

Sandi Riggs Chief Executive Officer 907/ 747-6457


Efren Arce Loan Manager 907/ 747-6354
Alexandra Frailey Financial Services
Representative 907/ 747-6359
Raquel Dumag Loan Support
Representative 907/ 747-6389

Member Services

Katherine Plummer Operations Manager 907/ 747-6417
Angie Bartolaba Member Service
Representative II 907/ 747-6319
Karra Inness Member Services Representative II 907/ 747-6329
Christine Galiza Member Service Representative 907/ 747-6261
Kendrick Payton Member Service Representative 907/ 747-6338

Support Services

Betsy Johnson Collections
Manager 907/ 747-6391
Jami Roberts Electronic Service
Specialist 907/ 747-6459
Robyn Schlins Accounting and HR Manager 907/ 747-6416
Aaryn Van Veen Account Assistant 907/ 747-6392

Petersburg Branch

Elizabeth May Branch Manager 907/ 772-2900
Carynne Even Member Service
Representative 907/ 772-2900
Celestial Fenter Member Service Representative 907/ 772-2900

Lost or stolen credit, ATM and debit cards
Report lost or stolen cards as quickly as possible to limit your liability for charges you didn’t authorize. Once you report the loss of your ATM or debit card, federal law says you cannot be held liable for unauthorized transfers that occur after that time:

  • Follow up with a letter or email. Include your account number, the date and time when you noticed your card was missing, and when you first reported the loss.
  • Check your card statement carefully for transactions you didn’t make. Report these transactions to the card issuer as quickly as possible. Be sure to send the letter to the address provided for billing errors.
  • Check if your homeowner’s or renter’s insurance policy covers your liability for card thefts. If not, some insurance companies will allow you to change your policy to include this protection.