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LandCastle Title establishes board of directors

National Mortgage Professional
Mar 24, 2014

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LandCastle Title, a subsidiary of Morris|Hardwick|Schneider, one of the largest real estate closing law firms in the nation, recently announced the organization of a board of directors.

"This move will prepare us to provide our clients with a higher level and broader range of services," said Nat Hardwick, LandCastle Title CEO. "The board is tasked with helping the CEO and COO with strategic planning as we move toward becoming a national real estate closing firm."

Members of the board include:

"Nat Hardwick, Chairman and CEO

"Randolph H. Schneider, COO

"Arthur J. Morris

"James J. Cooney, President of Georgia Closing Operations

"Kenneth D. Daniel, President of National Default Services Division Marketing

"Jennifer Marler Frank, President of Business Management

"Linda C. Krebs, President of Non-Georgia Closing Operations

"Richard Miller, President of National Business Development

"Alyce Crawford Ritchie, President of Support Services

"Keri Mason Roth, President of REO Operations

"Lynne W. Sparks, President of Vendor Management Division

"Mark Wittstadt, President of National Default Services Division

"Bobbie Christian, Board Secretary

Morris|Hardwick|Schneider partners will fill two more seats on a rotating, annual basis. For 2008, Steven J. Miller and David G. Reddick will hold those two seats. In 2009, Lisa Edwards Anderson and Nancy R. Bowman will hold them. Barry King Jr. and Barton D. Watts will hold the seats in 2010, and Jackson W. Jones and Howell M. Haunson will hold them in 2011. The announcement of LandCastle Title's new board follows a recent announcement of significant developments: M|H|S and LandCastle Title have established two new mortgage service divisions: ­ National Default Services Division and National REO Division, and M|H|S merged with Baltimore-based Wittstadt & Wittstadt, Pa.

"This is an exciting time for M|H|S and LandCastle Title," Hardwick said. "We're moving into more markets and putting new services in place. The new board will help us implement a strategic vision that will take our firm to the next level."

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Mar 24, 2014