Lake Trust opens new GH location

Lake Trust Credit Union celebrated the opening of its newest branch with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday.
Mark Brooky
Apr 18, 2012

The credit union's Grand Haven-area office recently moved from 16916 Robbins Road, about a half-mile east of its present location at the southeast corner of U.S. 31 and Robbins Road in Grand Haven Township.

“I’m proud of all of our accomplishments here and overjoyed at how far we’ve come on this branch since the start of our plan to relocate in 2009,” Branch Manager Melisa Miller said. "... Our new branch brings a more significant presence in this community and is much more accessible for our members."

The new facility includes a community room, Internet Banking station, kids area, coffee counter and coin machine — all housed in a building that was made to reflect the warm, friendly feeling of the beach community, Lake Trust officials said.

“It’s a building we’re really proud of,” said Danielle Brehmer, vice president of marketing. “The Community Wall, for example, was built to reflect the people who live and work here, and it’s one of the features that’s just so welcoming.”

Lake Trust is Michigan’s fourth largest credit union. It is headquartered in Lansing and has 21 branch offices, more than $1.5 billion in assets and nearly 156,000 members. Membership is open to anyone within its 35-county service area. Learn more at laketrust.org.
 

Comments

circlebuilder

more accessible.......if they dont average an accident per week on Robbins Rd. I will be amazed........

eimee

Another credit union is opening. The economy is really booming, another credit union is now available. - Dan Sciscente

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