Brooks Bosley, CRMS of Centreville, Md., wholesale account executive at Home Savings of America, has been elected and installed as the new volunteer president of the Maryland Association of Mortgage Professionals (MAMP) during ceremonies in Baltimore. He succeeds Michael Parsons, CMPS, of Rockville, Md., chairman at Apex Home Loans Inc., as the leader of the non-profit professional organization.
In addition to Bosley, Charles Reid III, account representative at Florida Capital Bank Mortgage in Brooklandville, was elected and installed to serve as president-elect. Rick Rall Jr. GRI, CMC, president of Navigator Financial Services in Severna Park, Md. , will again serve as the association's vice president. Jim Clements of Annapolis, Md. owner of 1st Financial Inc., will serve as secretary and Christine Wagner, account executive of SunTrust Mortgage in Arnold, was re-elected to a third term as MAMP's treasurer.
Elected to serve two-year terms on the association's board of directors were: Art Charron, CPA, partner at Security Consultants Financial Inc. in Lutherville, Md.; Brice Halbrook, broker-owner of Townsend & Halbrook Mortgage Corporation in Rockville, Md.; and Colleen Palmer, senior account executive at Sierra Pacific Mortgage in Gambrills, Md.
Incoming MAMP President Brooks Bosley, CRMS of Centreville, Md., wholesale account executive at Home Savings of America, is presented the President's gavel by MAMP outgoing President Mike Parsons