Landmark Credit Union is preparing for future growth with plans for a new headquarters building to house its expanding team. The credit union is exploring the purchase of a 19.5-acre site at 555 S. Executive Drive with the intent of replacing the existing structure with a new, approximately 150,000 – 160,000-square-foot office building that will serve as Landmark’s home office as well as hold its training facilities. The site also offers the potential for future expansion.
Landmark Credit Union today announced the addition of Cynthia (Cindy) Minuti as Senior Vice President – Branch Strategy and Delivery. In her new role, Ms. Minuti is responsible for setting Landmark’s branch sales and service strategy to ensure a cohesive approach to delivering on the organization’s brand promise and advancing Landmark’s strategic goals. Ms. Minuti will also place a special emphasis on establishing and retaining strong community connections and has recently joined the Board of Directors for Impact.
With the help of their credit union members and associates, Landmark Credit Union raised more than $47,000 for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin through the Children’s Miracle Network “Links” campaign. During the “Link Up For Children” campaign, associates sold paper “Links” and “Hearts” at each of Landmark’s branch locations. “We are so grateful to our members and associates for generously supporting this year’s “Link Up For Children” campaign,” said Jay Magulski, Landmark President and CEO.
On April 19, Landmark Credit Union celebrated a ribbon cutting ceremony for a brand new branch in Muskego, WI. The ribbon cutting was attended by State Representative Chuck Wichgers, Muskego Mayor Kathy Chiaverotti, Executive Director of the Muskego Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Krisann Durnford, other members of the Muskego Chamber of Commerce, members of the Muskego Common Council and Landmark team members.