Lake Michigan Credit Union Hires Matthew Chojnacki as Mortgage Loan Originator

GRAND RAPIDS, MI. (February 20, 2018) – Lake Michigan Credit Union (LMCU) is pleased to welcome Matthew Chojnacki to its team as a mortgage loan originator for the Rochester, Michigan area.

Chojnacki graduated from Central Michigan University in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in finance. He has held lending positions with Academy Mortgage and Gold Star Financial of Rochester, Michigan. Chojnacki has amassed over 25 years of lending industry experience in all major mortgage segments.

Chojnacki is looking forward to offering borrowers a wide range of financing options. “LMCU is obviously a major mortgage player in Michigan and I’m pleased to offer clients financing options that work for them. New construction financing is an area I’ve always enjoyed and I look forward to helping my LMCU team grow this product line.”

LMCU Vice President of Regional Retail Mortgage Production in Troy, Shawn Sirko, is happy to welcome Chojnacki to the team, “Matt is highly respected throughout the real estate community and has a real passion for connecting with our partners and members. His range of experience and level of knowledge bring tremendous value to our team and organization. I fully expect Matt to help us take LMCU’s mortgage footprint to a whole new level in the Rochester market.”

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