ESL Federal Credit Union

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Headquarters: 225 Chestnut Street, Rochester, NY 14604-2424 [Directions]
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Monday & Thursday: 9:00AM to 5:00PM
Tuesday & Wednesday: 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Friday: 9:00AM to 6:00PM
Saturday: 9:00AM to 1:30PM
585 336 1000

From the [WWW]ESL website: ESL Federal Credit Union was chartered in 1920 as Eastman Savings and Loan Association by George Eastman, founder of Eastman Kodak. His intent was to provide his employees with a financial institution that served their financial needs, especially for mortgages.

Operating much like a credit union throughout its history, on February 1, 1996, Eastman Savings and Loan changed its charter and became ESL Federal Credit Union. These days, ESL offers members much more than just mortgages and is one of the largest and strongest credit unions in the country. It is the largest locally owned financial institution in the Rochester, NY area.


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2008-02-15 22:54:42   Love it here! They have gone out of the way to help us with our move from a local "Commercial" Bank. Every person we have worked with were positive, excited to work for the bank and would bend over backwards to help us. Online service is SUPER easy, banking locations are inviting, clean, friendly and there are ATMs everywhere. —FranChandler

2008-07-30 23:27:00   Groundbreaking was today at 10:30 am for their new headquarters downtown. The location is 225 Chestnut Street and will be completed in 2010. More info here

2009-04-17 17:56:58   The HQ will be a nice addition to Downtown (finally, an ESL drive-thru ATM will be Downtown!!!) although I could do without the additional parking garage. I suppose the Midtown garage is going to be out of commission long enough to affect ESL business. Oh well. —BatGuano

2012-11-01 19:34:20   Unfortunately they can't seem to leave well enough alone with their BillPay interface. I just got done stitching up things messed up by the last interface change and now they've changed it again. —JoeAnderson