Churchill Mortgage, a provider of conventional, FHA, VA and USDA residential mortgages across 38 states, announced the addition of 24 new employees across its branches in Arizona, California, Colorado, Michigan, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
In Brentwood, Tenn., Churchill welcomes Chris Spence as a home loan specialist, David Bruce as a mortgage planning specialist and Latrese Flowers as a closing coordinator. The branch also adds Zachary McCollum as an associate developer, Stephanie Rogers as a loan processor and Sean Lewis as a technical support specialist. In Herndon, Va., the lender adds Donna Haleand Salman Ahmad as senior loan processors, Lynda Marie Stewart, Robert Lewandowski and Robert Jenkins as home loan specialists and Annie Tang as an assistant processor.
Cindy Robinson and Krista Northrop join Churchill’s Phoenix branch as a home loan specialist and loan processor, respectively, and Heather Manning and Lindsey Berry join in Grand Rapids, Mich. as home loan assistants. In Portland, Ore., the lender welcomes Nicole Cook as a home loan specialist and Ashley Davidson as an assistant processor. Churchill’s Dallas branch also welcomes William Brewer and Darren Edgar as home loan specialists. The lender also adds Kathy Rex as a home loan specialist in Colorado Springs, Colo.; Mara Coronado-Maller as a home loan specialist and Suzanne Moreton as a loan processor in Orange, Calif.; and Renee Shepherd as a home loan specialist in San Diego.
“The addition of these 24 mortgage professionals, combined with all of our successes this year, gives me a great deal of optimism about the state of the mortgage industry heading into 2017,” said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage. “Every single one of our employees is critical to our mission to serve borrowers with the heart of a teacher and their efforts will propel our ability to make homeownership achievable to families and individuals in communities across the country.”
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