Landmark Credit Union breaks ground on Muskego site

By Freeman Staff

June 27, 2017

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MUSKEGO —Construction was started on the newest Landmark Credit Union location in Muskego with a ground-breaking ceremony on June 21.

The building construction will start in early July with the branch at S74-W17042 Janesville Road likely to open in winter.

“We are pleased to be part of this great revitalization project and to have the opportunity, in partnership with the LaMacchia Group, to build a beautiful new branch location,” said Jay Magulski, president and chief executive officer, in a statement. “Our new Muskego branch will allow us to more directly deliver our brand of financial services to the nearly 3,700 members who reside in this robust and growing community.”

Pictured from left to right are: Ralph LaMacchia, president, LaMacchia Group; James Reichart, vice president, marketing, Landmark Credit Union; Sharon Mather, SVP, branch sales and service, Landmark Credit Union; Eric Kase, chief operating officer, Landmark Credit Union; Krisann Durnford, executive director, Muskego Area Chamber of Commerce; Jay Magulski, president and CEO, Landmark Credit Union; Kathy Chiaverotti, mayor, Muskego; Bob Bruemmer, executive vice president, Landmark Credit Union; Mike Dilworth, president, Ener-Con Companies; Robert Wolfe, Muskego alderman; and John Engelhardt, Muskego alderman.

Landmark Credit Union is Wisconsin's largest credit union, with $3.4 billion in assets and 620 employees, who serve over 300,000 members at more than 30 locations throughout southern Wisconsin.