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Dan Crossin Receives Rising Star Award

Daniel Crossin of Homefield Credit Union Named a “Rising Star” by the Cooperative Credit Union Association


North Grafton, MA – Homefield Credit Union is pleased to announce that Dan Crossin, AVP Real Estate Lending, was named a “Rising Star” by the Cooperative Credit Union Association at The Great New England Credit Union Show held in Boxborough on April 28, 2016. 


Recipients of this prestigious award are credit union employees seen as making a notable impact on their credit union or on the industry in general.  Thirteen credit union professionals from Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island were named “Rising Stars” in 2016.


Dan joined the Homefield Credit Union in 2007.  Measurable advances and improvements in the real estate lending programs and outreach at Homefield Credit Union have been realized under Dan’s leadership as AVP, Real Estate Lending.  Dan consistently works on business strategies to improve the Credit Union’s lending products, profit margins, member service and delivery efficiencies. 


Dan currently serves as the First Vice-Chair of the Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce (BVCC) in addition to serving as the Chair of the Programs Committee, which develops and implements networking events as a way in which members of the business community are able to connect.  Previously, Dan held the positon of Treasurer with the BVCC.    


Dan was instrumental in developing the partnership between Homefield Credit Union and the Parent Teacher Groups (PTG’s) of Grafton in support of their mission to provide enrichment programs for the students. 


Lloyd Hamm, President & CEO of Homefield noted that he is particularly proud of Dan’s accomplishments.  “The award itself is validation of the important impact that Dan Crossin has made on Homefield Credit Union and the communities we serve.  Not only does Dan play a major role in our lending department, but he also sets a company-wide example of enthusiasm and teamwork.  We are fortunate to have such a “star” doing so much good work for the Credit Union and our communities.”