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.
After nearly 18 years with Landmark Credit Union and 28 years in the credit union industry, Pat Ransom has retired. Ransom joined Landmark on September 1, 1995 as the Vice President of Marketing and played an integral role in many new initiatives at the credit union.
Landmark Credit Union announced today the appointment of James J. Reichart as the company's Vice President of Marketing. Mr. Reichart, a veteran Milwaukee marketing executive, was most recently Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Frontier Airlines, successor to Milwaukee-based Midwest Airlines, where he served in various marketing roles during his 20+ year career.
With the help of hundreds of their credit union member/customers and their 530 employees, Landmark Credit Union raised $36,618 for Children's Hospital Foundation by selling $1 "Links" and $10 "Hearts" during their Credit Unions for 'Kids Chain of Hearts' campaign. This represents a 13.4% increase over the total dollars Landmark raised last year.
Landmark Credit Union announced the promotions of Eric Kase, Dave Pecsi and Chuck Schuyler.
Landmark Credit Union has named Jay Magulski its new CEO. Magulski assumes the post with the retirement of long-time CEO, Ron Kase. Magulski was named President in May of 2011, as part of the succession plan formulated by the Board of Directors.