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Hawaii industry appointments update - 10/9/2007

National Mortgage Professional
Oct 08, 2007

California industry appointments update - 10/9/2007MortgagePress.comCalifornia mortgage industry positions • IndyMac Bank's mortgage bank has hired as wholesale lending division business development managers Christine Bugayong, Anna Cuevas, Deborah Cyrus, Andrew Mezger, Gary Nakamura, Andrew Nishi and Christine Puccio for the Irvine, Calif. region; Sunny Eom for the Los Angeles region; Rebecca Hull for the Northern California region; Monica Avila, Melissa Hernandez, Jennifer Humphrey, William Morales and Johnny Schmidt Weymans for the Ontario, Calif. region; Whitney Houser and Sandrine Streit for the Pasadena, Calif. region; Alexandra Hoffman of the Sacramento, Calif. region; Mario Arechiga for the San Jose, Calif. region; and Amanda E. Rasmussen, Sara Saard and Jay Sondhi for the San Ramon, Calif. region. The company has also named Joe Edelstein area manager for the wholesale lending division's Pasadena, Calif. region.
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