Lake Michigan Credit Union hires Jason Wozniak as Mortgage Loan Originator
GRAND RAPIDS, MI (March 12, 2014) – Lake Michigan Credit Union (LMCU) is pleased to announce the hiring of Jason Wozniak as a mortgage loan originator for the retail mortgage sales southeast team. Wozniak will operate from LMCU’s new Livonia mortgage office, located at 17390 North Laurel Park Dr., Suite 150W.
Wozniak earned his bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University. He began his lending career at Michigan Mutual, Inc. before arriving at LMCU.
LMCU’s Vice President of Retail Mortgage Sales Southeast, Jason Ryba, is pleased to have Wozniak on his team. “Jason is a great addition to LMCU. He brings an extremely high level of professionalism to our organization. He is extremely dedicated to his clients and brings the highest levels of customer service to a complex process.”
Wozniak is excited to utilize LMCU’s tools and resources to provide a stress-free and satisfying mortgage experience. “The array of loan programs that Lake Michigan Credit Union offers is both broad and deep. It allows me to custom-tailor mortgage products to individual needs and desires. I’m excited to help bring LMCU’s high standards of lending to the east side of Michigan.”
Wozniak is active with both the Hartland and Brighton Chambers of Commerce and is a member of the Livingston County Association of Realtors.
Founded in 1933, Lake Michigan Credit Union is one of the largest financial institutions headquartered in Michigan, and its second largest credit union. With a staff of over 800, LMCU’s assets exceed $3.1 billion, with over 272,000 customers. LMCU has 37 convenient branch locations – including Traverse City, Farmington Hills and Troy – and nearly 100 ATMs in west Michigan, Kalamazoo and St. Joseph – plus dedicated mortgage offices in Saginaw and Livonia. LMCU provides a full-range of financial services, from high interest-bearing checking accounts to mortgages, commercial loans, insurance and investment services. Anyone in Michigan can open an account. To find out more, please visit www.lmcu.org.