Falls Catholic Credit Union was originally incorporated in 1967. At the time, the credit union primarily served the congregation of Saint Joseph’s Parish in Cuyahoga Falls with their financial needs. Following the conversion to a state charter in 1967, the credit union expanded the field of membership to include parishioners from other local churches such as Immaculate Heart of Mary, St. Eugene, and eventually welcoming the Holy Family Parish. Through additional expansion, Falls Catholic Credit Union now proudly serves all members of the Roman Catholic Church living in Summit County. Over the years, Falls Catholic Credit Union has also welcomed several local businesses into the Field of Membership, including the Municipal Employees of Cuyahoga Falls following a merger with Cuyahoga Falls Municipal Employees Credit Union in 2011. The credit union moved to its current location in 2003 and has continued to evolve by adopting new products, services and technology to better serve the membership.
Falls Catholic Credit Union’s Board of Directors and Management Team remain committed to the local community through our various community assistance initiatives. We invite you to stop in the credit union and meet our friendly staff and let us become your financial institution.
Falls Catholic Credit Union provides dynamic, diverse, comprehensive and competitive financial services to the membership
To provide the most affordable and comprehensive financial services to the membership.
We will be dedicated to:
- SAFEGUARDING the deposits of our membership through sound decision making
- PROVIDING FINANCIAL SERVICES at the lowest possible cost
- Providing extraordinary service
- Ensuring institutional financial stability and security
- effective technology
- Ensuring membersatisfaction
Falls Catholic Credit Union exists to service the financial needs of our membership through honesty and integrity. Every member is the most important member.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael Burns, Chairman
Terry Steel, Vice Chairman
Sean Wilson, Secretary