Landmark Credit Union Announces Retirement of Greg Price

New Berlin, WI – Landmark Credit Union is announcing the retirement of Greg Price on January 2, 2013. Price joined Landmark as Assistant to Manager Ron Kase   in 1977 when Landmark was $3 million in assets. He is currently Vice President of Consumer Lending.

Price did everything in those early days, as did all the members of their small staff. Later Price specialized in lending, becoming Vice President of Lending, and initiating many new programs at Landmark, including credit cards, indirect lending, kwik-cash loans and mortgages.

In 1989, a woman named Carol joined the Landmark staff. Greg and Carol became a couple and eventually married. Price also has a daughter and two grandchildren.

Over the years, Price has served on committees for the Wisconsin Credit Union League, the Milwaukee Area Chapter of Credit Unions, and the Waukesha Noon Lions Club.

“From February, 1977 through this year, Greg has been an important contributor to Landmark’s success,” said Ron Kase, Landmark CEO.  “When Greg joined us as our 6th employee, our company’s assets stood at a modest $3.2 million. Greg was instrumental in setting up the indirect lending, credit card and mortgage departments. His efforts have allowed Landmark to grow to over $2.1 billion,” exalted Kase.  Price said he plans to spend a lot of his new leisure time fishing and playing with his grandkids.

Landmark Credit Union is $2.2 billion strong, with 493 employees who serve more than 198,000 member/customers at 25 locations throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.

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