Summit Credit Union opens full‐service branch in New Berlin

New Berlin location is the $3 billion credit union’s 35th office

MADISON, WI (June 20, 2018) — Summit Credit Union opened a 1,500-square-foot, full-service branch at 15600 W. National Ave., just off Moorland Road in New Berlin on June 18. It replaces a Starbucks and is adjacent to T-Mobile, Qdoba and Noodles & Company.

The branch, which includes a walk‐up ATM, employs four people including a mortgage loan officer and a Financial Advisor. Lobby hours are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Thursdays, 9 a.m.–6 p.m., Fridays, and 9 a.m.–12 p.m. on Saturdays.

CEO & President of Summit Credit Union Kim Sponem said the New Berlin branch makes Summit more convenient for existing and new members. “We’re excited to join the New Berlin community. As a credit union open to everyone, we’re looking forward to helping more people benefit from the savings we bring through better rates, lower fees, and a whole host of financial education and wellness tools.”

The New Berlin location brings the total to 35 branches in Wisconsin including eight in the greater Milwaukee area. Summit is Wisconsin’s second largest credit union.

About Summit Credit Union (WI)

Established in 1935, Summit Credit Union is a member-owned financial cooperative. Summit holds $5 billion in assets and has more than 226,000 members and 799 employees across 49 locations throughout south-central and southeastern Wisconsin. Kim Sponem has been CEO & President of Summit Credit Union, and its predecessor organization, CUNA Credit Union/Great Wisconsin Credit Union, since 2002. Recognized for its excellence in employee engagement, Summit was named a Top Workplace in the USA in 2021 and 2022 by Top Workplaces USA and a Top Workplace in the Madison area for 2022 and 2021 by the Wisconsin State Journal. For more information, visit or call 608-243-5000 or 800-236-5560. For additional media information, visit or follow Summit on FacebookInstagram and Twitter


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