DAYTON, Ohio—Two Buckeye State credit unions are merging. The $2.8-million St. Helen FCU said it will merge into Dayton Firefighters FCU. SHFCU has approximately 684 members.
In a statement, St. Helen FCU said it chose DFFCU as the partner due to its extensive products and services, advanced online access and shared branching. The firefighter's credit union also is keeping SHFCU employees and the existing branch location.
“We are excited to merge with Dayton Firefighters Federal Credit Union. Our members have been asking for expanded services and we can now offer full-service financial products,” said Amy Comer, SHFCU’s manager, and CEO. “We look forward to continuing to serve our members as well as the current Dayton Firefighters Federal Credit Union members.”
The combined credit union will have approximately $63 million in assets and 5,200 members.