To accommodate continued growth, Churchill Mortgage expanded its team with 21 new employees across its branches in Arizona, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Tennessee and Virginia, adding more than 115 years of industry experience. Churchill is a leader in the mortgage industry providing conventional, FHA, VA and USDA residential mortgages across 33 states.
In Brentwood, Tenn., Churchill adds Joan McClean as a processing team leader with 18 years of industry experience, Mary Beth Langhans and Rachel Schatteas processors and Charlotte Loines as a home loan specialist. The lender also welcomes Audra Moore, who has nearly two decades of experience in the mortgage industry, and Brian Nguyen as remote underwriters. With 25 years of combined expertise, Patricia Greer and Christopher Moon join as a funding coordinator and compliance analyst, respectively. Churchill also adds James Holder and Matthew Thompson as IT support specialists; Mike Thompson as a software developer; Robert Melendez as a customer support specialist; and Austin McDaniel as a set-up administrator.
With more than 50 years of combined experience, Churchill adds John Owen and Mary Langdon as senior home loan specialists at its Phoenix branch. Langdon also serves as a transaction coordinator, while Deborah Reeter joins as a processor with 20 years of experience. Churchill also adds Kristine Sarro as a home loan specialist and Matthew Stockner as an administrative assistant to support its Herndon, Va. Branch.
Lisa German joins Churchill’s Columbia, Md. branch as a processor, while Seth Bellas and Derek West join as home loan specialists for the lender’s Grand Rapids, Mich. and Kansas City, Mo. branches, respectively.
“The core of every lender should be made up of dedicated mortgage professionals who provide a strong foundation and serve as the catalyst for sustainable growth,” said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage. “Therefore, it is essential to our success that we recruit only the most talented individuals, providing borrowers with the highest level of service and maximizing the accessibility of the ultimate American Dream.”