Community's annual fall activities.... Total Service helping neighbors.


Employee Highlight - Thank You for your years of Total Service 

Years of ServiceJoanna Sweder celebrated her 25th anniversary at Community in March. She grew up in Poland and moved to the United States when she was in high school. In 1995, she started her career at Community as the bank's telephone operator and has been in New Accounts since 1998. Today, Joanna is also an Assistant Vice President, serves on the bank's Financial Management Committee and has other duties. (Pictured left)

Halina Nowak celebrated her 25th anniversary in Community in May. Halina has lived in the Cicero-Belmont neighborhood for over 40 years. She was hired as a teller in 1995. After 4 years, Halina moved to the New Accounts department where she has remained for the past 21 years. Halina also assists customers in the IRA Department when needed and manages Community's bank supply inventory. (Pictured middle)

Tony Welninski started as a part-time security guard when he was a full-time Chicago Police Officer. He retired for the first time in early 2015 after 40 years at Community. He continued to fill in for others guards when needed for the next 5 years. He has recently decided 2020 is the year for 100% retirement. Community Savings thanks him for his many years of service to our customers and wishes him well. (Pictured right)

We have some renovation work taking place through mid-September. We apologize for any inconvenience.

We have some renovation work taking place through mid-September. We apologize for any inconvenience.Please Excuse Our Dust!


Honoring Front Line WorkersHonoring Front Line Workers

The Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago (FHLBC) gave member banks a grant to assist local small businesses and non-profit to honor our local COVID-19 front line workers. Community supplemented the grant with bank funds and made a number of donations to local and housing non-profits that were helping people during the Chicago pandemic shutdown.



Blue Angels Over Community, Saluting Front-Line Workers

Blue AngelsOn Tuesday, May 12th, the Blue Angels flew over Chicago to honor front-line workers for their service during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Here is how they looked as they flew nearly over Community's parking lot. We appreciate their support for those Chicagoans on the front lines.


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