Churchill Mortgage announced the addition of 13 new employees to its branches in Tennessee, Texas and Michigan. In Tennessee, Churchill Mortgage adds Tamara Hartley as a licensing administrator to support efforts in Brentwood. She brings more than 25 years of financial experience in mortgage, consumer and commercial loans as well as commercial leasing. With nearly two decades of combined experience in customer service, Ann Nicole Barber and LaShonda Odom join as Brentwood’s newest customer service representative and customer care specialist, respectively. The lender also adds Blake Fonfara as its junior financial analyst, Michelle Barnett and Ian Raffalovich as its newest marketing assistants and Bryan Swayze as its new compliance assistant. Additionally, Shane Durham joins the lender at its Jackson branch as its newest home loan specialist, bringing with him previous experience as a mortgage originator.
In Texas, Churchill adds Jessica Hymes to support its North Texas branch as a senior loan processor. She brings with her more than 12 years of experience. Meridt Dominguez also joins the branch as its newest home loan specialist assistant. Last in Texas, Elaine Diaz joins the Houston Branch as its newest processor, bringing more than five years of experience.
Churchill Mortgage’s Michigan branches also added staff. In Lansing, the lender welcomes Keith Hall to support efforts as a home loan specialist with more than seven years of experience. Additionally, Max Belz joins the Grand Rapids branch, also as a home loan specialist.
“As we welcome more industry professionals to Churchill Mortgage, we also celebrate National Homeownership Month,” said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage. “June is a time for homeowners to reflect on what it means to own a home, which has long been the foundation of the American dream. As the housing market improves and we aim to make homeownership possible for more individuals and families, we have a need to recruit more employees across the nation. We’re excited about the second half of 2013 and what our new team members bring to our growing branches.”