Jordan Summers, the chief fiduciary officer and Midland market president of TCF National Bank, has been named CEO and president of Farmington Hills’ Credit Union Trust. Summers replaces Robert Sajdak, who led the company since its launch two years ago.
“Bob did a terrific job of getting this unique organization up and running, and we appreciate that he came out of retirement to guide the way,” says Ron Lauren, board chair of Credit Union Trust. “Jordan’s enthusiasm and expertise will broaden the impact even further.”
Credit Union Trust was established in 2019 by seven Michigan credit unions as a limited purpose trust bank with the goal of offering trust and fiduciary services to a broad range of people.
Summers, a licensed attorney, currently serves on the board of the Northeastern Michigan Estate Planning Council, the Midland Business Alliance, the Midland County Educational Services Agency, and the Chippewa Nature Center. He holds a bachelor’s from Northwood University, a Master of Business Administration from Northwood’s DeVos Graduate School, and a juris doctor degree from Wayne State University.
Sajdak is retiring after leading the trust. He said he is excited to work with Summers and to support the trust going forward.