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First New York Federal Credit Union Welcomes Anne Dillenbeck as Mortgage Loan Originator



First New York Federal Credit Union is excited to announce that Anne Dillenbeck has joined our Lending Team as Mortgage Loan Originator.

Anne was previously a Mortgage Officer at Key Bank and has prior Lending experience at Capital Bank, Berkshire Bank and Bank of America. Anne graduated from Putney High School in Vermont, received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Cornell University and earned her Master of Science Degree at the University of Michigan. Anne and her husband live in Rexford, NY.

About First New York

Founded in 1937, First New York Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution providing personal and business banking to consumers and businesses in the Capital Region. First New York offers complete financial services including checking and savings accounts, auto and home loans, credit cards, online and mobile banking, business services, commercial and investment services. The Credit Union currently has $326 million in assets and serves over 33,000 members with full-service branches in Albany, Saratoga, Cobleskill, Niskayuna, Glenville and Rotterdam and more than 30,000 fee-free network ATMs nationwide and convenient, free online and mobile banking. For more information, call 518 393-1326, visit www.firstnewyork.org or follow First New York on Facebook at facebook.com/firstnewyorkfcu, Twitter at @FirstNewYorkFCU, LinkedIn first-new-york-fcu and Instagram @First_New_York_FCU for news and updates.

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