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Wire Transfers

Wire Transfer Instructions


Federal Home Loan Bank
ABA #101101947
Credit to: Creighton Federal Credit Union
Account #46200013

Final Credit to:
Members Name
Members Account Number

A $26 charge will be assessed for a domestic wire transfer


Send funds to any USA bank with instructions for them to forward the funds to:

Wire funds to Federal Home Loan Bank
ABA# 101101947

Further credit to:
Creighton Federal Credit Union
Account #46200013
Final credit to: 
Member name
Member Account Number

Please call 1-402-341-2121 and ask for Deanne, Vorace, or Michelle prior to submitting the wire.  

$26 incoming charge
$30 outgoing charge

Safe Deposit Boxes

Creighton Federal offers Safe Deposit Boxes to members who would like to safeguard valuables. Safe Deposit Boxes are available at the 25th & Dodge Home Office only.
There are three box sizes available:

  • Small 3 x 10 x 22
  • Medium 5 x 10 x 22
  • Large 10 x 10 x 22

Safe Deposit Box Rental Fees:

  • Small $25.00 per year
  • Medium $35.00 per year
  • Large $60.00 per year

For maximum security and peace of mind, contact La Shonda at 402-341-2121 to arrange for your Safe Deposit Box rental.

Direct Deposit

Creighton Federal Checking, Savings, and Money Market Accounts are eligible for direct deposit of payroll. Enjoy the convenience of knowing your payroll is in your account on pay day without having to endorse a check and make a special trip to the credit union.

Direct deposit is a service arranged through your employer's payroll department. Just request that your payroll be direct to your Creighton Federal account and provide our Federal Reserve routing number 3040 82 915 and your Creighton Federal account number. Be sure to designate Savings, Checking, or Money Market.



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