SeaComm Credit Union rib-cutting

From left: PW Campbell Senior Vice President Joe Bullister, PW Campbell President and CEO Jim Caliendo, SeaComm Board Directors Mitch Marolf, Patricia Dodge, Robert Santamoor, SeaComm Board Chairman Myron Burns, SeaComm President and CEO Scott A. Wilson, South Burlington branch manager Matt Sjoblom and vice president of retail operations Rick Maloney.

SeaComm Credit Union opened its seventh branch location on Jan. 23, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening event. The South Burlington, 3,500-square-foot, branch finalized construction at 1680 Shelburne Road, and was opened to the public on Jan. 21.

“We are delighted to be a part of the greater South Burlington community and that our new location will give us access to a highly visible, ever-expanded retail location,” stated Scott Wilson, SeaComm president and chief executive officer. “The City of South Burlington was very supportive of our new building project throughout the planning and construction phase. We have been pleased with our reception so far into the market and the opportunity afforded to us by Pizzagalli Properties. We look forward to meeting our Vermont neighbors and the opportunity to serve in this new market and be an intricate partner in this vibrant community.”

Branch Manager Matt Sjoblom joined the SeaComm team in December 2019, specifically hired for this position.

“I look forward to providing exceptional service and meeting the financial goals of our members in South Burlington, and surrounding areas,” Sjoblom said. “I’m excited to welcome new members and invest in this vibrant growing community.”

SeaComms a member-owned financial cooperative with more than 48,000 members and assets exceeding $568 million. The credit union has branches in Massena, Potsdam, Malone, Canton, Ogdensburg, Plattsburgh and now South Burlington.

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