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Churchill Mortgage continues to expand, adding 28 more mortgage professionals to support seven of its branches in Colorado, Michigan, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Washington. Churchill is a full-service lender and financially sound leader in the mortgage industry, providing conventional, FHA, VA and USDA residential mortgages across 36 states.
In Brentwood, Tenn., Churchill adds twelve new hires including Amy Gargala as a customer care specialist, Michelle Ferrante as a loan partner and Nathanael Casey as a technical support specialist. New senior processors include Kelly Myxayphone and Miriam Pitts. Colleen Prendergast, Jeri Davis and Jessica Grooms also join as customer care administrative assistants. Sarah Caldwell joins as a processor and Will Gower Jr. as a setup administrator. New closers include Shannon Tanguay and Karen DuRousseau.
Ten new employees are welcomed to the Herndon, Va. branch, as Sergio Mendoza joins as a pipeline manager, both Ayda Nye and Rhonda Hines join as senior processors, and Steven Kim joins as a processor. New home loan specialists in training include Alaa Alaeddin, Christopher Nielan, Jeffrey Green, Richard Fiegel, Steve Trautwein and Robert Dunne.
In Texas, the Dallas branch welcomes Susan Means as a processor and Penton Womack as a home loan specialist in training. Houston also adds Jennifer Hancock as a home loan specialist in training. Other new home loan specialists in training include Darrell Gargala in Colorado Springs, Tim Whelan in Okemos, Mich. and Katharine Ophoff in Grand Rapids. In the Gig Harbor, Wash. branch, Debbie Alesko joins as a loan partner.
“Not only are existing home sales across the nation improving, confidence among home builders remains strong, according to NAHB,” said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage. “At Churchill, we depend on the most talented professionals in the industry to constantly increase the level of service provided and ensure a fantastic home buying experience. As demand increases, we look forward to the individual success of each new employee. They play an important role in our continued growth and enable us to expand our presence in additional communities throughout the nation.”