Credit union hires three, promotes one to expanded lending team

The lending team a Kellogg Community Federal Credit Union (KCFCU) is growing.

The credit union recently hired three to and promoted one to work on the team. A lending manager, a senior lending specialist and two mortgage originators are now part of the team.

Lindsey Ostrowski has been promoted to KCFCU lending manager. Ostrowski has almost 10 years of experience in the financial industry, more than five of which have been at KCFCU.

She has held roles as a teller, as a branch manager, and two years as a business development originator assisting members with loans. Ostrowskiis a graduate of Western Michigan University with a degree in Business Administration.

Melanie Martin joins the KCFCU lending team as a senior lending specialist. Martin brings more than 17 years of experience to KCFCU, including roles in management and lending. She is a graduate of the University of Lending and the University of the Lending Collections Institute.

Valerie (Val) Barnaby joins the lending team as a mortgage originator. Barnaby has more than 20 years of mortgage loan experience to the job. She has been a member of the KCFCU team for 12 years, first as a mortgage originator, then as a business development originator, only to come full circle to mortgage originator again.

Zachary Carlson has been hired as a KCFCU Mortgage Originator. Carlson will draw upon his years of experience as a Realtor, as well as his education from Western Michigan University, for his role on the mortgage lending team.

 Kellogg Community Federal Credit Union