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Honor Credit Union’s teller awarded Worldpay Advantage Teller Appreciation Award

BERRIEN SPRINGS, MI (October 16, 2018) — Joleen Kortman, teller at Honor Credit Union’s Paw Paw branch, received the annual Worldpay Advantage Teller Appreciation Award. The Worldpay Advantage Teller Appreciation Award is awarded to five nominated tellers or frontline employees who consistently go above and beyond for their organization.

The five nominated winners were selected based on the following key areas: he or she provides consistent and excellent customer service, considers the customer or member and their needs, positively promotes their financial intuition’s brand and products, and is passionate with a winning attitude.

Joleen Kortman is a positive and driven individual who has been providing exceptional member service to Honor Credit Union’s members for over two years. Joleen lives Honor’s core values of truth, integrity, fairness, and respect each day by treating her members the way she would want to be treated. She plays an active role in Honor’s Mentor Program and has used her leadership skills to mentor eight new team members this year to make them comfortable and knowledgeable in their position.

“Joleen has made such big an impact on our members that one of them even named their Beagle after her,” said Honor’s Organizational Development Assistant Manager, Sam Scafaria, in the nomination submission. “She is an asset to our credit union and we are excited to continue to share her positivity and passion with all of our new team members.”


About Honor Credit Union

Honor Credit Union is a non-profit, full-service financial institution serving over 110,000 members in 28  member center communities throughout western and northern Michigan. Providing solutions for financial success and giving back to the communities we serve remain the driving  forces behind Honor Credit Union. For more information, call 800.442.2800, or visit www.honorcu.com. 

Contacts

Kayla Smith
Brand Coordinator
kasmith@honorcu.com
800.442.2800, ext. 9205    

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