Lake Michigan Credit Union Hires Mark Gelbman to Fill Mortgage Loan Originator Role

GRAND RAPIDS, MI. (February 20, 2018) – Lake Michigan Credit Union (LMCU) is pleased to welcome Mark Gelbman as a loan originator at its Troy, Michigan location.

Gelbman majored in finance at the Walsh College of Accountancy and Business Administration, and graduated in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Most recently, Gelbman worked as a branch manager for loanDepot in Troy, and as a senior mortgage planner for Main Street Bank in Rochester. He brings over 25 years of hands-on mortgage experience to the LMCU team.

As a seasoned mortgage professional, Gelbman uses his lending expertise to coach his borrowers on making informed financial decisions, especially those who are first-time homebuyers. He is looking forward to offering LMCU’s expanded array of programs to his clients, and helping them choose one that fits best.

LMCU Vice President of Regional Retail Mortgage Production in Troy, Shawn Sirko, is excited to have Gelbman on his team. “Mark is extremely detail oriented, which is obviously very important in the mortgage lending business. He truly cares about his clients and brings tremendous value to every transaction. Mark is very involved with our partner associations, especially the Troy Chamber of Commerce and North Oakland County Board of Realtors. He’s a great fit with LMCU, and we’re fortunate to have him.”

Lake Michigan Credit Union was recently named the best banking institution in Michigan by Money Magazine. Founded in 1933, LMCU is the largest credit union in Michigan, with over 385,000 members. Employing a staff of over 1,200, LMCU’s assets exceed $5.5 billion, with a mortgage serviced portfolio of over $9 billion. LMCU now has 47 convenient branch locations overall, including four in southwest Florida – Bonita Springs, Fort Myers and two branches in Naples. LMCU members have access to over 55,000 AllPoint ATMs worldwide. LMCU provides a full-range of financial services, from high interest-bearing checking accounts to personal loans, mortgages, investments and commercial banking. To find out more, please visit