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Community Choice Credit Union New Hires and Promotions

Community Choice Credit Union announced that Rodger Rowland has been appointed Vice President of Retail Delivery. In this position, Rowland will be responsible for leading the sales and service development initiatives for the credit union and its 15 member centers.

“Rodger brings more than 27 years of financial service experience and a wealth of knowledge to the credit union,” said Rob Bava, President and CEO of Community Choice CU. “His expertise in the areas of business development and member service will be a great asset to Community Choice and we’re excited to have him join our team.”

In addition to the new hire, Community Choice CU announced two promotions from within the company.

Donna Siejutt has been promoted from vice president of human resources to chief human resources officer. Teresa Mayer was promoted from vice president of lending to chief lending officer, where she will be responsible for the overall strategic administration of the credit union’s lending functions, project management, information technology, information services and operations.


Battle Creek Bombers Education Days Sponsored By Marshall Community Credit Union

Marshall Community Credit Union was the main sponsor of this year’s Battle Creek Bombers Education Days. There were two education days scheduled this year: one geared towards middle and high schools. The other day was scheduled for area elementary schools. In all, more than 3,200 students were in attendance to see the Bombers battle the Madison Mallards and the Green Bay Bullfrogs, respectively.

MCCU sponsored the event and gave away branded water bottles, foam fingers and sunglasses to everyone entering the stadium. Education days are a great way to get the schools involved in the local baseball league and is also a great end of the year field trip. During the event, area colleges were on hand to talk to high school students about their future plans.

Motor City Co-op Credit Union Remembers Dedicated Employee

Motor City Co-op Credit Union mourns the passing of their long term Board of Director, Robert. R. Walby. After being hospitalized, Walby passed away on June 24 at William Beaumont Hospital in Troy.

Robert was born in Detroit in 1930 to Rudolph and Eva (nee Herman) Walby. Known to many at the credit union as Uncle Bob, Robert dedicated 30 years as a Director. During this time, he served on the supervisory committee and as vice chairman. He also served as the chairman of Motor City Consumers Cooperative.

“He brought a no-nonsense approach to the monthly board meetings and helped move the credit union forward. Many of employees have known him for 30 years and enjoyed his stories. He truly will be missed,” said Steven Andrews, President/CEO of Motor City Co-op CU.
 

Kellogg Community Credit Union Opens New Branch in Grand Rapids

Kellogg Community Credit Union (KCCU) has announced the opening of a new branch located at 5300 SE Patterson Avenue in Grand Rapids.

The new KCCU state of the art branch features member services, loan services, mortgages, investment services, and a full service ATM. The new branch will provide added convenience for the many Kellogg Company employees who are already KCCU members, as well as the employees of Family Christian and other tenants in the building. The branch is open to the general public and is available to serve new and existing KCCU members.
 

TLC Youth Financial Literacy Completes a Year of Saving

TLC Community Credit Union saw more than 700 students participate in this year’s youth financial literacy initiative, with more than 50% reaching their savings goal. The students saved an impressive total of $34,000.

TLC CCU completed the 2015-16 school year with an $8,000 increase over last year’s deposits. TLC CCU currently has sixteen student-run credit union branches located in Lenawee County.

When credit unions encourage good saving habits at an early age, it helps to promote financial responsibility in adulthood and develops confidence when making financial decisions in their future. For more information about the TLC Youth Financial Literacy program, please contact Lilly Wolcott at 517.264.0409.

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