- LAFCU CEO Patrick Spyke named Michigan MVP
LAFCU CEO Patrick Spyke has been named a 2021 Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Corp! Magazine.
- LAFCU invites Michigan artists to depict words of ‘Love & Equality’
Credit union to feature 10 pieces of art as reminders of what’s important; application deadline March 31
- LAFCU offers $10K in college scholarships, $2K in charity donations
Winner selection based on 1-page essay about pandemic impact; application deadline March 31
- LAFCU names James McHale as chief financial officer
McHale has more than 20 years of executive experience with small-to-large credit unions. Positions he has held include CFO, COO, CEO and chief risk officer.
- LAFCU presents virtual MLK celebration for kids Jan. 12
LAFCU is presenting a free, virtual, kids-focused celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Tuesday, Jan. 12, 7 p.m.
- LAFCU hires Rebecca Allan as commercial loan officer
Allan, a 20-year veteran of the banking and finance industry, will work to provide lending opportunities to businesses and investors throughout Michigan.
- Pandemic crisis moves LAFCU to double number of scholarships
Credit union awards $10,000 in scholarships, $2,000 in charity donations for its annual Write to Educate Essay Contest
- LAFCU offers virtual family Christmas Special Dec. 15
Event features Santa, reindeer, holiday music, and launches LAFCU program to encourage reading among children
- LAFCU promotes Brian Tribell to new risk analysis position
LAFCU has created the position of risk analyst to augment the credit union’s risk management.
- LAFCU awards LCC scholarships to 3 women pursuing delayed careers
LAFCU has awarded college scholarships to three women who are pursuing education needed for careers that have been postponed by life circumstances.