Posts tagged with CapFed®

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Employee Gives Back to Midtown Kansas City

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Rigoberto Jurado, the branch manager & community development lender for CapFed's Main Street branch, is committed to helping Midtown Kansas City thrive.

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Employee Honored for Her Commitment to the Community

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CapFed® employee Tori Rogers' commitment to the community has earned her the Wichita Volunteer of the Year Award.

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Chairman's Desk, March 2017

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John Dicus, CEO, talks about building a foundation of trust.

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Employee's Heart has Gone to the Dogs

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A Capitol Federal® employee is helping local cats and dogs find homes.

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CapFed® Employees Share Their Holiday Traditions

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CapFed® employees share some of their favorite holiday traditions and memories.

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How to Use a CD to Teach Your Child About Money

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Open a CD for your child to help them learn about money and the importance of saving.

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Chairman's Desk, December 2016

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John Dicus, CEO, thanks CapFed® customers for being a part of the bank's more than 120 years of success.

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A Capitol Federal® Employee Helps Empower Local Women

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Krisi Colburn, a CapFed® Customer Service Associate, took some time to talk with us about her volunteer work with the local non-profit, Dress for Success Wichita.

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Chairman's Desk, September 2016

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John Dicus, CEO, shares Capitol Federal® accomplishments.

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Money Prep Tips for College Freshmen

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Tips to help students and parents make sure they’re financially prepared for the first year of college.

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