Sarah Jaeger Named Branch Manager for Ideal CU’s New Stillwater Office

Share Article

Sarah Jaeger has been promoted to branch manager of Ideal Credit Union’s new Stillwater office, which is scheduled to open in late 2016. Ideal will be the first credit union to serve the 162-year old city, often referred to as the birthplace of Minnesota.

Ideal CU has promoted Sarah Jaeger to branch manager of the new Stillwater office, scheduled to open in late 2016.

Ideal will be the first credit union to serve the 162-year old city, often referred to as the birthplace of Minnesota.

Sarah Jaeger has been promoted to branch manager of Ideal Credit Union’s new Stillwater office, which is scheduled to open in late 2016. Jaeger will coordinate branch operations and take an active role in the Stillwater business community. The new office, which is currently under construction, is located at 2020 Washington Avenue. Ideal will be the first credit union to serve the 162-year old city, often referred to as the birthplace of Minnesota.

Prior to her promotion, Jaeger served as Account Relationship Specialist at Ideal’s Eagan office and has been part of the Ideal team since 2015. She has 5 years of experience in the financial services industry, and has worked in marketing, lending, compliance, cash services and collections. Jaeger attended Henry Sibley High School and Inver Hills Community College. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, shopping, working out and spending time with her nephews.

Founded in 1926, Ideal Credit Union is a member owned financial institution that specializes in providing excellent member service, great rates and convenience to 50,000 members. Ideal CU offers a complete range of services, including a full suite of electronic banking products, savings, checking, loans, mortgage products and title services, exclusive VIP member payback, business services, investment services and more. Visit idealcu.com for details and locations.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Cindy Kurtz
Visit website