Our credit union was founded in Akron, Ohio to give financial support to postal workers. It was in 1933, the middle of the Great Depression. U.S. postal employees had steady jobs but low income. In Akron neighborhoods, homes sold for $2,900. But few could put together a down payment. So postal employees formed The Akron Postal and Federal Employees Credit, chartered by the State of Ohio. Shares were set at a par value of $5 payable by payroll deduction installments of $.25 or more. The credit union operated out of the Akron Post Office until 1968 when the present building on Voris Street was built. In 1974, the first branch was acquired in Alliance with the merger of ASF Credit Union.
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