Meet the 2019 Crashers: Claire Gregg & Dylan Bloniarz
At this year’s Annual Convention & Exposition (AC&E), attendees will be joined by 10 Michigan Crashers — a group of young credit union professionals organized by the Cooperative Trust. In the weeks counting down to the event, we are introducing you to each. Meet the latest below!
Claire Gregg, Collections Representative, Kalsee Credit Union
Claire Gregg is a Michigan transplant from the Chicago suburbs who moved to Kalamazoo in 2017. She entered the financial industry as a teller and entered the credit union industry by joining the Kalsee Credit Union team shortly after moving. Gregg joined the Kalsee family as a teller and quickly made the transition into collections. She also spends a good portion of her work week on loss prevention and fraud.
In her free time, Gregg loves travel, hiking, video games and spending time with her dog, Ryan. Gregg has never been to the City of Detroit and is very excited for the opportunity to CRASH and experience all that AC&E and the Motor City has to offer.
Dylan Bloniarz, Marketing & Communications Coordinator, Delta County Credit Union
Dylan Bloniarz started his credit union journey when he was in 6th grade as a teller at Bark River-Harris First Credit Union’s student branch of Delta County Credit Union. As a junior in high school, he started working at the flagship credit union as a part-time teller and is now the marketing & communications coordinator. This year will be Bloniarz’s fourth year with Delta County.
He is currently working on his bachelor’s degree in business administration-management through Lake Superior State University and will graduate in December of this year. After graduating, Bloniarz plans to stay in the credit union industry and continue to grow in his career.
Outside of work, he stays very active, serving on the board of education at Bark River-Harris Schools, and, as a director of a credit union young professional group called 906 Hype. He is the VP of “Our Community Fighting Cancer,” a group committed to raise funds for a cure and is involved in the local Lions Club. When he has free time, he spends as much of it as he can with his friends, family and coworkers.Go to main navigation