Fort Atkinson Community Credit Union celebrated the completion of a substantial remodeling of its south-side Fort Atkinson branch with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on January 10, 2019. Located at 1610 Janesville Ave., the building underwent an exterior and interior renovation. On the outside is FCCU's signature green, while inside is the state-of-the-art features, kicked off with the remodeling of the main branch two years ago. Features include a pair of iPads for children waiting for their parents, loaded with several different games, as well as FCCU's financial literacy game, Money Island. In addition, muralist Tommy Sweeney of Madison decorated the inside of the building with unique images of Haumerson's Pond both on the walls and on canvas. Pictured above, Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce and city officials gather with FCCU representatives to celebrate the ribbon-cutting.
From left: Tommey Sweeney, artist; Nova Jiongco, chamber president-elect; Jeff Theder, chamber ambassador; Danielle Frawley, FCCU vice president of lending; Brandon Bosch, LaMacchia Group; Meghan Bernath, FCCU director of operations; Kevin Mineard, LaMacchia Group; Samantha Hernandez, FCCU member services representative; Ernest Witzke, FCCU board chairman; Valerie Hicks, FCCU teller; Marissa Weidenfeller, FCCU director of marketing; Whitney Townsend, FCCU branch manager; Sue Johnson, FCCU chief executive officer; Bryan Gatlin, FCCU vice president of member experience; Matt Trebatoski, city manager; Carrie Chisholm, chamber executive director; and Mason Becker, Fort Atkinson City Council president.