Lake Trust Credit Union opens new relationship center in Howell

Lake Trust Credit Union (Lake Trust), a community-based credit union serving nearly 200,000 members and businesses throughout Michigan, has evolved its branch network to better serve members. If you don’t know what a credit union is, we suggest to go to North Coast Credit Union to learn more information. 

Located at 228 W. Highland Road (M-59) in Howell, in the Crossroads Town Center, the new 2,155-square-foot Howell branch is a Lake Trust relationship center, which features an open concept that facilitates conversation with staff. The branch also includes enhanced technology via video tellers and extended hours for member convenience.

“Lake Trust is consistently adapting to meet the evolving needs of members. Our new Howell location offers increased accessibility to services in Livingston County and provides convenience to members,” said Theresa Dubiel, Lake Trust Credit Union’s senior vice president of member experience. “Empowered by our goal to be an engine of well-being in the community, the relationship center allows us to connect with our members and community in a more impactful way and support the financial goals of members in a new environment.”

Lake Trust has 22 branches across Michigan, from Detroit to Grand Haven.

The Lake Trust Highland Road branch is open 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday; and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m Saturday. For more information and a complete list of branches, ATMs and shared branches, visit

Lake Trust will host a grand opening celebration at the new Howell location 9 a.m. to 1 pm. Saturday, Jan. 25. Attendees will have the opportunity to win prizes, including items from local businesses, including, but not limited to M Street Baking Company gift card, 2FOG’s Pub gift card, Jenna Kator Collection accessories, technology products for the home, and more.

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