WESTconsin Member Stories
Member Stories From 2008-2016
Ron Meyer: It’s All in the Details
Small businessperson and farmer Ron Meyer knows that success is all in the details.
Alex and Richard Capra: Helping a Dream Come True
Young Alex Capra is just getting started in cosmetology school, and the WESTconsin Credit Union account that his dad, Richard, opened for him when he was just a toddler paid off in a big way when it came time to find reliable transportation to and from school.
Lois Debee: Her father’s advice spans generations
When Lois was a child, her father took her to the Credit Union to open her very first account. In those days, WESTconsin Credit Union was called Menomonie Farmers Credit Union, and its office was located in a house.
WESTconsin Online and Mobile Banking keep this family band connected to their finances wherever the road may take them!
Chuck Bomar & Julie Keown-Bomar
“And then I chewed myself out because I didn't go to WESTconsin in the first place!”
Andrew & Laurentia McIntosh
“Instead of feeling like we were falling through the cracks with a large corporation, we had these people who knew exactly what we needed and were able to make it happen within weeks. I love banking with WESTconsin Credit Union because they are our friends and our neighbors.”
Pat French & Kris Schnack: The French Press
“I was dreaming of opening a café and bakery, and Kris had the idea of adding catering to it,” recalls Pat French.
Back in 2004, right after graduating from high school, Justin Constant saw an ad for a laborer position at a paving company. After eight years raking black top and running a shovel, Justin was offered the foreman’s position he now holds.