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Dodge Central Credit Union Announces the Retirement of Barb Campbell

calendar iconPosted: June 25, 2013

Rodger Mattson, Former Chairman of the Board for Dodge Central Credit Union, now a division of Landmark Credit Union, announced today that President Barb Campbell will retire effective November 30, 2013. During Barb’s 18-year tenure as President and CEO, Dodge Central has grown from a two million-dollar credit union with a single branch into a 55 million-dollar, five-branch operation, including a branch in Beaver Dam High School to help students learn the value of money. Barb will remain a member of a local community board consisting of all former Dodge Central board members.


While serving in her position, Barb has also been active in various charitable organizations that included the help of the employees and members of Dodge Central, including Children’s Miracle Network, Dodge Health Services and the Dodge County Humane Society, just to name a few.

Rodger Mattson, on behalf of the full Board of Directors for Dodge Central, stated that it has been a pleasure and an honor to work with Barb all these years. “She worked well with our Board as well as the employees and members and always tried to benefit the members as much as possible. She was able to guide the Credit Union through hard times and through the ever changing regulations while growing the Credit Union. The Credit Union will lose a true leader in the industry and her shoes will be difficult to fill. The Board and Employees of both Dodge Central and Landmark wish Barb the best in her retirement and future endeavors.”

“In Barb’s 18 years as president of Dodge Central, she consistently provided great service to her growing membership,” said Jay Magulski, President and Chief Executive Officer of Landmark Credit Union. “Equally important is Barb’s involvement in the community, where she continues to devote her time volunteering and serving on the boards of several local philanthropic organizations. I offer my personal thanks to Barb for her commitment and hard work, and we look forward to continuing to serve Dodge Central members for many years to come.”

Landmark Credit Union is $2.1 billion strong, with 534 employees who serve more than 209,000 member/customers at 29 locations throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.

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