Oswego County Federal Credit Union officially opened its new Phoenix branch on Route 264, across from Emerson J. Dillon Middle School, said Bill Carhart, CEO.
“We’re extremely and excited to open this office and welcome members of the greater Phoenix area to our family as members,” Carhart said. “Before we even broke ground, we formed a partnership with Phoenix schools to keep a rotating display of student artwork here in this branch. In addition, we commissioned the fabrication of the Phoenix Firebird, in beautiful, orange-stained glass that proudly represents the community mantra of ‘Phoenix rising’ right above the main entrance.”
Supporting the communities of Oswego County has been the mantra of the Oswego County Federal Credit Union since it was founded in 1975, Carhart added.
Phoenix is the fifth OCFCU location.
The credit union has offices at 90 E. Bridge St. and 262 W. Seneca St. in Oswego, 5828 Scenic Ave. in Mexico, and at 7087 S. Fourth St. in Fulton.
OCFCU serves 12,500 residents and business owners throughout Oswego County.
For further information, visit www.oswegofcu.org
They are on Facebook as “Oswego County Federal Credit Union.”