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Chairmans Desk, December 2017

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The season of giving is upon us. We share time with friends and family, and we give back to the community in which we live and work. While enjoying our many blessings, gratitude and thankfulness go hand-in-hand and we extend our deepest appreciation to you. 

As we begin 2018, reflecting on personal and professional achievements will prepare all of us in accomplishing our goals in the New Year. At CapFed®, we are here to support your financial goals by doing what we do best – helping you keep your money safe while planning for your future and making memories along the way. Let’s celebrate the good things happening and look forward to what’s ahead in 2018! Together, we will make it a True Blue® New Year.

From all of us at Capitol Federal®, best wishes to you and your family.

Safe travels, and happy and healthy holidays,

John B. Dicus, CEO

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Capitol Federal

Hi Scott – We, too, are excited about our new branch in Maize. Thank you for reaching out and inquiring about our mobile banking app. We are continually planning upgrades to our online and mobile banking services to enhance the customer experience and hope to bring new offerings in 2018. Watch for more news on our website or social media pages.

Scott Lindebak

I have a mortgage loan with Capfed since 2008 and have thought about moving my other banking accounts to Capfed, especially since I learned that Capfed is building a new bank branch near my home, Fox Ridge. The only thing that holds me back is the quality of the mobile banking app of CapFed, both my current bank and credit union have better apps, and would like to know if CapFed is working to improve or replace their current app with one that has more options and looks a little more modern. I appreciate the fireworks and other community events sponsored by CapFed. Have a great day, Scott

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