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Our History

Founded in 1942, Maumee Valley Credit Union is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year.


Our original field of membership consisted of employees of the New York Central Railroad, Penn Central Railroad, and Consolidated Rail Corporation (Conrail). With increased popularity and demand for credit union services we began to expand our field of membership. Groups that were unable to establish an organization of their own, now could become SEG's (Select Employee Groups) of an existing company affiliated Credit Union. With our consistently strong financial tradition, we were able to attract many new member companies. Through prudent management, we continued to expand the services provided to our ever-growing membership. However, major changes became necessary with the acquisition of the Consolidated Rail Corporation, our core sponsor, by Norfolk - Southern and CSX railroads.


In 1997 we became the Maumee Valley Credit Union. With over 70 Select Employee Groups that are affiliated with the Credit Union, we geographically cover most of the Maumee Valley region. Today we currently have two locations, one in Toledo and the other in Perrysburg.

 

We are able to offer all of our services to members who live, worship, work, and attend school in Lucas County, Perrysburg and Perrysburg Township. We've continued to grow on our own merit not through acquisitions or mergers. We believe in offering our members competitive rates of interest on their savings and a fair return on loans.


 

We welcome you to come and join our credit union...you will notice a difference in your banking experience!

 


E-mail: info@maumeevalleycu.com
Phone: (419) 382-4071 or (419) 872-1201
 

Belong to MVCU, your "Financial Destination."

PRIVACY & SECURITY   |    FEES & DISCLOSURES
Monday, July 24, 2017
This institution is not federally insured, and if the institution fails, the Federal Government does not guarantee that depositors will get back their money. Members' accounts are not insured or guaranteed by any government or government-sponsored agency.