1971 - 2021

Happy Anniversary DOY!!

On July 16, 1971, NCUA approved the charter establishing DOY Federal Credit Union.  Through our faithful membership's participation, DOY was able to become a great, financially sound credit union.

DOY’s first financial statements indicated $8,576.49 in assets and 169 members. Fifteen of those members received loans.  Compare that to today!  DOY offers a variety of lending products to suit any need from signature loans to mortgage loans.

The Staff and Management at DOY have worked diligently to create 50 years of Excellence

  • Excellence in customer service
  • Excellence in products and services 
  • Excellence in DOY's commitment to its members

Thank you again to each and every one of our members. Without YOU, DOY could not have prospered.

Meet Morgan!

Hi. My name is Morgan, and I’m the unofficial greeter of the DOY Federal Credit Union. I am like a Walmart Greeter only younger and cuter. Also, I have been assigned to provide my insights concerning DOY (my home away from home). Since I can’t write or type (I don’t have any thumbs), my thoughts are translated and placed on my very own DOY page. So, if you want to find out what goes on at DOY from my vantage point, visit my page every so often for my insightful memos.

Check out "Morgan's Memos"!

Morgan the dog is the unofficial greeter of DOY Federal Credit Union

DOY Federal Credit Union Building

DOY’s Philosophy

In today’s competitive financial market, every financial institution is trying to lure customers with new high-tech services and new financial instruments to attract new money. DOY is not in the market to do anything other than provide its savers with the highest possible dividends, provide its borrowers with the lowest possible interest rates, and provide all its members the best and friendliest possible service. DOY does not pretend to be a bank nor try to provide all the services a bank has to offer. This is why you cannot find a better place than DOY for savings, checking, and borrowing. DOY is not driven by the profit motive. There are no outside shareholders to satisfy. All earnings are returned to the membership in the form of lower rates on loans, higher dividends on savings, and better service for its members.

What's a DOY?

DOY is the acronym for Diocese Of Youngstown; however, we are not affiliated with the Diocese in any manner except to define our closed field of membership. DOY is a Federal Credit Union dictated by the rules and regulations of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), an agency of the Federal Government. All of DOY’s savings accounts are federally insured up to $250,000. The Diocese of Youngstown does not have any input or control concerning the policies or daily operations of DOY. However, many agencies in the Diocese provide payroll deduction and direct deposit as a convenient way for our members to deposit money and/or make loan payments. In case you want the correct pronunciation of our name, just remember DOY rhymes with BOY.


DOY celebrated its 50th Anniversary with refreshments, gifts, and a raffle.  Morgan greeted everyone who stopped by to join the celebration.


  • High Earning Savings Accounts
  • Christmas Clubs & Vacation Clubs
  • Variety of Low Interest Loans
    • New Home Mortgage Loans
    • Second Mortgage Loans
    • Mortgage Loan Refinances
    • Home Improvement Loans
    • New and Used Car Loans
    • Signature Loans
    • Elementary School Tuition Loans
    • High School Tuition Loans
    • Upper Education Loans
    • Boat Loans
    • Vacation Loans
    • Bill Consolidation Loans
  • Direct Deposit or Payroll Deduction
  • 24 Hour Audio Teller to:
    • Verify account balances
    • Mailout withdrawals from savings
    • Transfer funds from savings to checking

Built for Privacy

DOY's grand opening of its new main building was January 5, 2009. DOY constructed their main office to assure member privacy. When entering DOY's large lobby area, members are greeted by a friendly security guard who permits the member to enter the transaction section of the building. This area forks into three separate private offices where the member can conduct their financial transactions in total privacy. Unlike other financial service areas, no one can overhear or see what banking services you are using. No counting of money in view of everyone in the lobby or whispering account numbers or SSN numbers so they are not overheard. And with two video drive-thru lanes, DOY members receive friendly, fast and private service. Come visit us and tour our unique building.