Jeffrey Mosher welcomes Jaime Counterman new Director for Ele's Place in Grand Rapids, MI. Recently, Ele's Place Grand Rapids, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support for grieving children and their families, announced that it hired Jaime Counterman as the new Director of the organization's West Michigan office.
Credit union is positioned to serve members throughout state.
LANSING, Mich. — LAFCU is welcoming two mortgage loan officers as the credit union ramps up lending service to meet demand in the real estate market and to provide service in new areas within LAFCU’s expanded state-wide service territory.
Jon Novetske, of Eaton Rapids, and Andrew Houle, of Chelsea, cumulatively bring more than 20 years experience with the finance industry, specializing in residential mortgages. They will represent LAFCU in their respective geographical areas as well as work with people across the state who apply for mortgages by phone and online.
Chris Holman welcomes Kris Tennant, OTR/MPT, Director of Rehabilitation for Mary Free Bed, to the MBN studios to share the history and special story around Mary Free Bed.
Vice President of Marketing of Rx Optical, George Jepson is the featured guest on this segment of a Michigan Business Beat. He shares with Jeffrey Mosher some spotlights of another Michigan story.
Jeffrey MacCowan welcomes Cooper and Tracey Spaulding, Owners of Cold Box Films. Tracey provides what Cold Box Films is and what they strive to do. Cooper then tells the audience how he got started in film creating and why he wanted to start his own business. Both Tracey and Cooper come from entrepreneurial families so it runs in their blood. The question of being young in the industry and doubt is answered.
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LAFCU has promoted Kimberly Austin to the position of director of collections.
LANSING, Mich. — With 27 years of financial experience and specialization in collateral management and bankruptcy, Austin is tasked to make substantial changes to the collections department. The goal is to increase help for members in tough times and to limit damage to their credit score.
“We are using technology to transform how the collections department interacts with members,” said LAFCU CEO Patrick Spyke. “We want LAFCU to be their credit union for life. It’s important we engage them in communication on their platform of choice, that it starts early, and that the strategies developed with the member are good for both the member and LAFCU.
Chris Holman a Founder of Michigan Celebrates Small Business steps in and talks with Mike Chriss, director of regional relations for DTE Energy.
Cinnaire President and CEO Mark McDaniel, reminds the Michigan business community of the key services which the company provides. He then shares highlights of issues impacting the company so far in 2018. These range from unintended consequences from the recent tax bill, and takeaways from the 20th Building Michigan Communities Conference from early May.