The old Huntington Bank building across the street from the Beavercreek Post Office on Dayton-Xenia Road had stood empty for years. But passers-by have noticed a welcome change to the once vacant property. The building is the new home to the St. Luke Parish Federal Credit Union.

The credit union purchased the 17,690 square foot building in August of 2008 for $399,000. This year the sign went up and renovations on the building were completed. The building passed final inspection September 1, 2009.

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The credit union’s new building rests on .406 acres of land located at 3562 Dayton-Xenia Road in Beavercreek and features two drive-up tellers and a drive-up ATM. The property is across from the Beavercreek Post Office and sits next to the Greene County Library. The building, built in 1973, has been home to a number of banks over the years including Gem Savings, First National and Huntington National Bank.

The new location is the fourth for the credit union that was formed in 1958 to serve the Parish of St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Beavercreek. Since that time the credit union has extended it’s service to 9 other churches in Montgomery and Greene Counties including St. Brigid Parish in Xenia, St. Augustine in Jamestown, St. Paul in Yellow Springs and Queen of Apostles in Beavercreek. The credit union also serves St. Anthony, Holy Angels, Corpus Christi, Queen of Martyrs, Our Lady of Mercy and Mary Queen of Peace School in Dayton.

Sources: New location… St. Luke Parish Credit Union, Property details…Greene County Property Records, Building Passes Inspection…Green County Inspector’s Report St. Luke Credit Union History…St. Luke Parish Credit Union.