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InterLinc Mortgage Adds Two New EVPs

National Mortgage Professional
Nov 10, 2015
InterLinc Mortgage Services has announced that Gene F. Thompson III, who has served as company President since 2010, is now the Chief Operating Officer

InterLinc Mortgage Services LLC has announced the appointments of David Scheiderich as executive vice president and chief financial officer, and Brennan Holland as executive vice president and general counsel.

“David and Brennan’s extensive experience in the mortgage industry will facilitate further growth at InterLinc and provide invaluable support to our team members, loan originators and branch managers in their pursuit of excellence," said James Van Steenhouse, CEO of InterLinc Mortgage.

Scheiderich brings a wealth of knowledge to InterLinc with more than 26 years of experience in mortgage lending accounting and financial management, most recently as senior VP and director of accounting for Houston-based Envoy Mortgage. Scheiderich will oversee the financial planning, reporting, budgeting, forecasting, and management of InterLinc’s accounting department and the review of InterLinc’s financial reporting of its servicing portfolio.

“I am thrilled to join the InterLinc family,” saidScheiderich. “InterLinc’s commitment to its customers and family values is unrivaled by any other company.”

Having served as legal counsel for some of the nation’s leading financial institutions since 1989, Holland’s extensive knowledge and experience ensures that InterLinc will continue to successfully meet the legal and regulatory challenges facing the mortgage lending industry. Holland will oversee the company’s legal, regulatory compliance and quality control teams and provide the legal and business guidance to the company’s executive management team.

“It is a privilege to join InterLinc Mortgage. The company’s moral compass and sincerity results in outstanding service to team members and their customers,” said Holland.

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