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Churchill Mortgage Adds 14 to Its Team

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 24, 2015

Churchill Mortgage has announced the addition of 14 new mortgage professionals to its branches in California, Michigan, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

In Herndon, Va., the lender adds Dustin Canterbury, Darlene DiGennaro, Roland Frodigh, Gregory Hawkins, Ian Hirshlor and ShaMyra Sylvester, who bring more than 72 years of combined mortgage experience. Industry veterans Glen Wyatt Earp and Scott Caden join the Brentwood, Tenn. branch. Earp brings more than 25 years of experience, while Caden received the Award of Excellence from the Nashville Mortgage Bankers Association of Tennessee in 2012. Also in Tennessee, the lender adds Colleen Gilley to its Chattanooga branch, a top producer with 15 years of experience.

Churchill has also added Gaberiel Johnson and Gwen Vrooman to its branches in Grand Rapids and Lansing, Mich., respectively. In Orange, Calif., Churchill has added Lisa Gaffikin and Jared Paul. Gaffikin brings 14 years of experience and was recognized as a top producer from 2004-2008, while Paul was inducted to the President’s Club for four consecutive years for his production at MIT Lending in California, where he was also recognized as a top producer.

Churchill’s Houston branch welcomes Leticia Mijes. With 19 years of industry expertise, Mijes was previously president of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals in Houston and also received the Leadership Excellence in Neighborhood Development (LEND) award for her contributions to local non-profit organizations.

“According to the Mortgage Bankers Association, interest rates are less than four percent. Combine that with the increase in homebuying activity that accompanies the spring and summer months and the need for qualified home loan specialists becomes evident,” said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage. “These 14 individuals exemplify the types of mortgage professionals needed to ensure we maintain the integrity of our loan pipelines and continue supporting borrowers’ pursuit of the real American dream of homeownership.

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