Seven Seventeen Credit Union in Warren, OH
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Our History

1957 - Fifteen hourly employees at the Packard Electric Division of General Motors formed Seven Seventeen Credit Union with $75.00 in a cigar box locked in a desk drawer of the IUE Local 717 union hall.
1966 - A new building was erected at the Larchmont Office site.
1969 - Seven Seventeen's assets passed the $5 million mark.
1971 - The National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund was established federally insuring credit union deposit accounts. The Larchmont Office expanded.
1978 - Seven Seventeen was the first financial institution (including banks) in the area to offer ATM services; the first credit union in the state to offer checking accounts; and one of the first credit unions to offer VISA credit cards.
1979 - The Vienna Office opened.
1980 - Seven Seventeen installed its own in-house computer system.
1985 - EZ Line telephone access and Commercial Loans were introduced. The Larchmont Office expanded.
1986 - Seven Seventeen merged with USAF Base Credit Union resulting in the Airbase Office, and VISA Check Cards were first offered.
1987 - The Ravenna Office opened, and the TeleServices department was created.
1988 - The Ravenna Office moved to Kent, and the Boardman Office opened on Market Street. The Boardman Office became the first location for Seven Seventeen in the Youngstown, OH area. Seven Seventeen was the first credit union in the region to offer loans by phone.
1992 - The Canton Office opened.
1993 - The 4-lane drive-thru opened at the Larchmont Office.
1994 - EZ App telephone loan applications were offered, and the Boardman Office moved to California Avenue.
1995 - The drive-thru was expanded at the Vienna Office.
1996 - The Howland Office drive-thru opened, and Seven Seventeen's first website was launched.
1997 - The ATM/VISA Check Card was introduced. The Howland Financial Center opened in the Market Place plaza, and ATMs were installed at the Boardman and Kent Offices. EZ Line telephone access was enhanced and became CALL24.
1998 - Tiered Money Market Accounts were first offered.
1999 - NetWorth24 Online Banking and Bill Pay was introduced.
2000 - The Austintown Office and the Corporate Operations Center opened. Seven Seventeen merged with Eastern Trumbull Credit Union, resulting in the Hubbard Office.
2002 - Seven Seventeen received a community group charter for Trumbull, Mahoning & Columbiana Counties allowing anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in those counties to open accounts at Seven Seventeen. The Credit Union began helping educate high school students with the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) program, and STAR Member Rewards™ was introduced.
2003 - The Dollar Dog Kids Club™ was created. Seven Seventeen’s assets exceed $500 million.
2004 - Seven Seventeen received a community group charter for Portage and Central Stark Counties. New Hubbard and Kent Offices were built and relocated. ATMs were installed in Niles and Columbiana. The Cha-Ching Teen Club™ was introduced.
2005 - Seven Seventeen began offering the BALANCE Financial Fitness Program. The Cortland Office opened, and an ATM at the Hot Dog Shoppe in Warren was installed.
2007 - Seven Seventeen celebrated its 50th Anniversary!
2008 - eLert email account notifications were introduced.  The edge young adult account is launched.
2009 - Online account opening becomes available allowing members to open and fund new deposit accounts and new members to join Seven Seventeen 24 hours a day from the comfort of their homes. Seven Seventeen’s assets exceed $750 million.
2010 - Smart Deposit technology allows envelope-free ATM deposits with on-screen and receipt verification images at several drive-up ATM locations.  Drive-up ATM locations added in Liberty and Girard.
2011 - Seven Seventeen created the Simplify & Save program to help members save money, simplify their financial lives, and plan for a long, healthy financial future. Mobile Banking was introduced.
2012 - Seven Seventeen was the first financial institution in the area to offer personalized debit cards allowing members to use their own photos. Seven Seventeen’s Mobile App and the Basic Checking account were introduced.
2013 - The STAR Member Rewards™program was replaced with the Simply Rewarding Member Rewards Program.
2014 - Seven Seventeen added two Warren area ATM machines with SMART Deposit technology, one on Elm Road and the other on Parkman Road. A new Mobile Banking App with enhanced mobile banking functionality and Mobile Deposit was introduced.
2015 - Kent Credit Union merged into Seven Seventeen Credit Union on November 1, 2015, resulting in the addition of a new branch location in Ravenna and over 7,000 new members; the merger also expanded Seven Seventeen's field of membership into Summit County in Ohio.
2016 - Electronic signature was made available, allowing members to sign loan documents via a desktop PC, tablet, or mobile phone. Three digital wallets were made available: Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Android Pay. Seven Seventeen added four new $1,500 Credit Union Spirit Scholarships, bringing the total offered each year by the Credit Union to 12 scholarships.
2017 - Seven Seventeen partnered with KOFE (Knowledge of Financial Education) to provide members free financial education tools and resources. Credit Union One merged into Seven Seventeen on October 1, 2017, resulting in the addition of a new branch location in North Jackson and more than 2,400 new members.

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3181 Larchmont Ave. NE
Warren, OH 44483
Serving the greater Warren, Kent, Ravenna, Canton, and Youngstown, OH areas with branches in Warren, Cortland, Vienna, Howland, Hubbard, Austintown, Boardman, North Jackson, Kent, Ravenna, and Canton.
Anyone who lives or works in Trumbull, Mahoning, Columbiana, Portage, Summit or central Stark Counties in Ohio is eligible to bank with Seven Seventeen Credit Union.

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