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Business Services Team

Whether you’re a brand-new entrepreneur or the proud proprietor of an established business, we’re here to assist with accessible loan options and smart financial products.

Have questions? Want to schedule an appointment? E-mail Wendy Jurek or James Lundberg.
You can also reach the general Business Services line at: (218) 625-8890.



A veteran of the financial services industry, with a rich history in commercial lending and business services, Wendy Jurek manages the Business Lending department and oversees a business lending portfolio. 

Wendy enjoys creating and sustaining relationships with business banking members, and providing commercial loans and deposit solutions tailored to meet each member's unique needs. 

In her spare time, Wendy enjoys volunteering in the community and spending time with her friends and family.



Wendy Jurek (#582760)
Business Services Manager

MCCU Business Team - Jame Lundberg


A graduate of Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota, James Lundberg has over a decade of experience in the financial industry. He takes great satisfaction in helping our business members identify solutions to address their financial needs. 

The spirit of entrepreneurship is what drives our economy,” says Lundberg.“In business services, I enjoy finding and providing the tools needed to make members’ dreams a success.”

James is based out of MCCU's Cloquet office, but serves business members across our service area. Originally from Esko, he enjoys reading, hunting, and spending time with his family. 

James Lundberg (#1398003)
Business Services Officer
(218) 878-3688*


A valued member of MCCU's Business Services team, Neil helps our business members identify the best solutions to meet their needs.

"I've always appreciated the opportunity to serve my community in a positive way," says Sample, "I love that I'm able to do that in my role at MCCU, by assisting in the success of the local businesses that are so critical to the economic health of our communities."

Neil graduated from Bemidji State University, with a Bachelors Degree in Accounting. He currently enjoys life in beautiful McGregor, MN. In his spare time, he has fun hunting, fishing with his father, thrift shopping with his wife, and reading about the stock market.

Neil Sample (#1421091)
Business Services Officer
(218) 625-8853*


A friendly face in our Cloquet branch, Member Services Assistant Christina Simmer was born and raised in the community she now enjoys serving.

Simmer is a proud alum of Cloquet High School, FDLTCC and UMD and is pleased to bring her skills to the Business Services Department of MCCU.

"I really enjoy supporting the work of MCCU's Business Services department," says Simmer, "I love being part of a team that exceeds the expectations of our business members, on a daily basis."

In her spare time, Christina enjoys golfing, camping and spending time outdoors in the summer.

Christina Simmer
Business Services Assistant
(218) 878-3621*


After nearly two decades in the financial services industry, Rachelle Glunz knows her stuff. As the Business Services Assistant at our Spirit Valley office, she gets to put that stuff to work at a place she loves.

"MCCU has a very welcoming atmosphere-- the feeling of a small town business with all the perks of a large institution," says Glunz, "I really enjoy the people I work with, from our members to my co-workers. I always leave work with a smile."

Rachelle graduated from St. Cloud State University with a degree in Finance and the U of M, Crookston, with a degree in Accounting. In her spare time, Rachelle, who calls McGregor home, enjoys spending time with her family, watching her two sons play sports and hang out with friends. 
She also enjoys motorcycle adventures and an occasional craft project endeavor.

Rachelle Glunz
Business Services Assistant
(218) 624-1571*

*Please do not provide any personal information such as social security numbers, account numbers, or any other private or confidential information. Emails may not be a secure means of transmission.




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