About Landmark Credit Union

As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, we return profits to our members, who enjoy better rates and lower fees on a full range of straightforward financial options. A credit union is owned by its members, rather than stockholders. By choosing Landmark, you’ll save money and have more for the things that really matter. 
A young woman shakes hands with a Landmark teller after signing paperwork to open a new bank account. The woman is smiling and looks relieved because the teller made her banking experience less complicated.

Banking Made Easy

It’s about time banking was less about obstacles – and more about you. It’s about time banking was faster. More convenient. Clearer. Less friction and more friendly. With banking options on your terms. All from a strong, stable credit union with great rates and low fees. At Landmark Credit Union, we are all about less complicated banking. We make navigating the everyday and achieving your dreams easier than you ever imagined. Whether you’re banking online or in person, Landmark’s powerful tools, streamlined processes and thoughtful guidance make all the difference. After all, who you bank with is just as important as where you bank. Look for the Landmark. And get one step closer toward a life less complicated.

  • 35 Branches

  • Over $6 Billion in Assets

  • Over 390,000 Members

  • Over 1,000 Associates

Our Vision

Everyone in our communities is financially empowered to fulfill their dreams.

Our Mission

Build and nurture lasting relationships that empower our members and strengthen our communities. We do this through financial education and information, meaningful and relevant offerings, and exceptional and caring service.

Our Awards Speak for Themselves

Landmark strives to be the best in the industry and people are noticing.

Map of Wisconsin and Northern Illinois that reads "Counties Served Wisconsin Illinois." The counties are highlighted on the map.

Become a Member

We serve all people who live or work in Southern and Northeastern Wisconsin, plus Lake and McHenry Counties in Illinois, as well as immediate family members of all individuals eligible for membership. Immediate family is defined as spouse, parent, child, stepchild, sibling, stepsibling, grandparent or grandchild. This also includes stepparents and stepchildren. Additionally, we serve businesses with a location in Southern and Northeastern Wisconsin, plus Lake and McHenry Counties in Illinois. 

Joining is easy! Just open a VIP Savings Account with a minimum of $5.  

Join with a $5 VIP Savings Account

Member Benefits

We’re committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all. Please read our Member Code of Conduct.

Landmark Leadership

  • Jay Magulski

    Jay Magulski

    President and Chief Executive Officer

  • Dave Powers

    Dave Powers

    Chief Financial Officer

  • Brian Melter

    Brian Melter

    Chief Experience Officer

  • Jodi Greenmeier

    Jodi Greenmeier

    Chief People Officer

  • Mark Kennedy

    Mark Kennedy

    Chief Lending Officer

  • Steve Hannan

    Steve Hannan

    Chief Information and Risk Officer

Board of Directors

  • Brian Dorow


  • Grace Kostroski

    Vice Chairperson

  • Nancy Dickman


  • Jay Magulski


  • Mike Erwin


  • Ailec Gonzalez


  • Nelson Phillips III


  • John Schulze


  • Jennifer Bognar


  • Dane Sandersen

    Associate Director

A historical image depicting the formation of Rex #2 Credit Union in February 1933.

Our History

In February 1933, a group of employees at Rex Chainbelt Company (later Rexnord Corporation) pooled their funds to form Rex #2 Credit Union. The goal of this new not-for-profit financial cooperative was to provide affordable financial services to Rex Chainbelt Company employees. 

The organization was run by volunteers until Joseph Woelfel was hired as the first full-time paid manager. Over the years, the credit union changed names (Chabelco Credit Union, Rexnord Credit Union) but continued to offer financial guidance along with competitive products and services. 

By the time of Joseph Woelfel’s retirement, our assets had grown to $2 million, with about 2,000 members. In 1973, Ron Kase was elected by our board of directors to succeed Joseph as president. He served as president for 39 years of steady growth. 

In 1985, we changed our name to Landmark Credit Union to better reflect our ability to serve Milwaukee and Waukesha counties at large.

After 39 years of working with Landmark, Ron Kase retired, and a new CEO was chosen. Jay Magulski was appointed as CEO in 2013, and his vision continues where Ron’s left off – to continue to provide the highest level of member service to all. 

  • Historic image of Rex #2 associates in 1933. A group of employees at Chainbelt Company (later Rexnord) form their own credit cooperative, named Rex #1. Shortly after Rex #2 was formed.


    Rex #2 Credit Union established for Rexnord employees 
  • 1944

    Joseph Woelfel hired as the first full-time employee at the credit union
  • Historical image of a credit union member using an ATM outside the first brick and mortar location that opened in Milwaukee in 1970.


    Credit union moves to a building outside of Rexnord
  • Historical image of Ron Kase at a credit union branch


    Board elects Ron Kase as the new president
  • 1983

    Membership eligibility expands to Milwaukee County residents
  • A close-up of a newspaper headline from 1985 that reads "Rex #2 Changes Name to Landmark Credit Union." The headline is in large, bold letters, and the text below the headline says, "New name reflects


    Name changed to Landmark Credit Union 
  • 1986

    Lake Country Credit Union Merger
  • 1998

    CityFirst Credit Union Merger
  • A stack of money in a pile, representing Landmark's $1 billion asset milestone.


    Landmark becomes the first credit union in Wisconsin to reach $1 billion in assets
  • 2007

    Belle City Credit Union Merger
  • 2009

    Allco, First Security, LifeTime and Wiscor Credit Union Mergers
  • 2011

    Horizon Credit Union Merger
  • 2012

    Landmark reaches $2 billion asset milestone
  •  Jay Magulski at a Landmark Credit Union branch in 2013.


    Jay Magulski appointed as Landmark's new CEO
  • 2013

    Badger Campus Credit Union Merger
  • 2014

    Hartford Savings Bank Merger
  • 2016

    Landmark reaches $3 billion asset milestone 
  • 2019

    First credit union in Wisconsin to reach $4 billion in assets
  • 2020

    Landmark reaches $5 billion asset milestone
  • A group of Landmark executives in white helmets on groundbreaking day for the new corporate headquarters in Brookfield, WI.


    New corporate headquarters in Brookfield, WI
  • 2022

    Landmark reaches $6 billion asset milestone
  • 2022

  • Landmark Credit Union logo with updated branding in 2023. The new logo features a lighthouse with the copy "Landmark Credit Union" in white. Rays of light flank the lighthouse.


    Landmark gets a new look
Employees from Landmark actively engage in community service

Serving Our Communities

Our philosophy of “people helping people” stretches beyond our membership and into the communities we serve. We are committed to and support community, civic, educational, cultural and human service organizations. 

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