Buckeye State Credit Union is a credit union headquartered in Akron, Ohio, chartered and regulated under the authority of American Share Insurance (ASI). Buckeye has an administrative office and 6 branches serving Northeast Ohio.
Buckeye State Credit Union Wikipedia
Buckeye State Credit Union was founded in 1933, in support of United State Postal Employees in Northeastern Ohio. The Akron Postal employees established the Federal Employees Credit Union, which in March 1933 received its charter from the State of Ohio. The credit union operated in the Akron Post Office until 1968 when the now administrative office building was built on Voris Street in Akron, Ohio.
In 1975, the Credit Union changed its name to Buckeye State Credit Union. It has branches in Shaker Heights, Akron, Painesville, Canton and Alliance, Ohio.