Month: February 2019

Wendy Cetta Promoted to Director of Support Services

Suffolk Federal is proud to announce the promotion of Wendy Cetta of Medford, to Director Support Services. Cetta is located at the Medford Branch and in this position ensures that all areas within Support Services are running properly and trouble shoots any issues that may arise as quickly as possible. These areas include but are… Read more

Patricia Matuozzi Promoted to Senior Compliance Officer

Suffolk Federal is proud to announce the promotion of Patricia Matuozzi of Patchogue, to Senior Compliance Officer. In this position, Matuozzi assists with the credit union’s overall compliance, security and risk management programs to ensure that all applicable rules, regulations and statutory requirements are adhered to. She is responsible for the Bank Secrecy Program and… Read more

Laura Sferruzzo Promoted to Branch Manager at Eastport

Suffolk Federal is proud to announce the promotion of Laura Sferruzzo of Mastic Beach, to Branch Manager of the credit union’s Eastport Branch at 5 Eastport Manor Road. In this position, Sferruzzo is responsible for developing new business relationships in conjunction with meeting credit union goals of increased membership, and loan and deposit growth. She… Read more

West Babylon Branch Supports Jacie’s Kids

In an effort to support the charitable work of local organizations that serve the areas of Suffolk Federal branch locations, the credit union has identified nonprofit organizations to provide financial support to. In West Babylon, Branch Manager Mary Warren-Mancini presents a $1,000 contribution to Jacie’s Kids. “I discovered Jacie’s Kids a couple of years ago… Read more

HELOC vs. Home Equity Loans

Home equity line of credit (HELOC) and home equity loan: If you’re a homeowner, chances are you’ve heard of these lending products, but how much do you really know about them? Let’s start with the basics: Both the HELOC and the home equity loan enable you to borrow against your home’s equity – the value… Read more

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