Who Can Join the Credit Union?

Carey Poverello Federal Credit Union has a community charter membership open to the following:

  1. Anyone who lives, works, worships, attends school, or volunteers in Wyandot, Seneca, Hancock, Hardin and Crawford counties
  2. Immediate families of current members – spouse, child, sibling, parent, grandparent, or grandchild including stepparents, stepchildren, stepsibling, and adoptive relationships
  3. Employees and their immediate families
  4. Spouses of person who died while within the field of membership of this credit union
  5. Prior members, once a member, always a member

Mission Statement

The mission of Carey Poverello Federal Credit Union is to provide educational and financial options to serve the financial needs of our field of membership.

Welcome to Carey Poverello Federal Credit Union

Serving members since 1950

Hello, I am Austin Pahl, CEO of Carey Poverello Federal Credit Union. I want to welcome you to our credit union. Credit unions differ from traditional banks in many ways. Credit unions are non-profits and are owned and operated by its members. Usually, credit union fees and loan rates are lower than those found at traditional banks. Carey Poverello is managed by a volunteer board of directors who are members of the credit union and elected by their peers to serve 3-year terms. Carey Poverello Federal Credit Union is local to the community.