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Kapanowski Inducted into NuMark’s President’s Club

Published: Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013 5:30 a.m. CST
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Ann Dubie, president and CEO of NuMark Credit Union, poses with Penny Kapanowski, member service representative, to mark Kapanowski's induction into the President's Club.

TINLEY PARK – Penny Kapanowski, a member service representative at the Tinley Park Office, is the latest inductee into NuMark Credit Union’s President’s Club.

President’s Club members are chosen for their hard work, dedication and outstanding service to the members of NuMark Credit Union.

“Penny is committed to member excellence and finds it easy to fulfill their financial needs,” Ann Dubie, president and CEO, said. “We can always count on Penny to go above and beyond to deliver the greatest service.”

Credit unions are owned and operated by their members, the very people they serve. This “people helping people” philosophy is at the heart of the credit union movement. NuMark Credit Union’s President’s Club helps to exemplify those employees who go above and beyond to serve their members.

NuMark Credit Union has been serving the community for more than 59 years. As a nonprofit, full-service financial institution, NuMark Credit Union offers a wide variety of convenient, affordable financial services – from auto loans and mortgages to youth savings account and checking plus everything in between.

Their mission is to enrich the financial lives of their members. Serving Will, Kendall, Grundy, Kane, and parts of Cook, DuPage and Kankakee counties, NuMark Credit Union has four local offices in Joliet, Crest Hill, Countryside and Tinley Park.

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