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In Brentwood, Tenn., Churchill Mortgage welcomes 14 new employees, including Jourdan Alley, Jamie Clayton, Judie Mclelland and Maggie Wilkins as home loan specialists; Debra McClatchy, Leslie Neil and Melissa Cole as loan partners; Andrew Morandini as a remote underwriter; and Amber Larson as a closing coordinator. The branch also adds Kelly Morin as a marketing assistant, Benjamin Batts as a loan processor and Bria Carey and Rachel Shannon as technical support specialists. Also in Tennessee at its Chattanooga branch, Churchill welcomes Gene Redden as a home loan specialist.
Churchill adds Susan Jiron as a home loan specialist, Lachanda Davis as a loan processor, and Hannah Cook and Becca Street as assistants to its branch in Colorado Springs, Colo. In Grand Rapids, Mich., William Wiarda joins as a part-time communications specialist and Nina Williams is the newest processer for the lender’s Kansas City, Mo. branch. Churchill’s Phoenix branch welcomes Candace Hall and Yesenia Salcedo as a senior processor and set-up administrator, respectively. In Gig Harbor, Wash., Jacklyn Aguirre joins Churchill as a loan partner and junior processor, while Becky Elder joins as a business development associate.
Churchill also adds Joe Brown as a home loan specialist and Kathy Brown as a loan processor to its Dallas branch and Blanca Mareano as an assistant in Portland. In California, Dione Minor and Sharon Jandt join the Orange branch as a business development manager and sales manager, respectively, while Sandra Glorioso joins as a home loan assistant in San Diego. In Herndon, Va., Churchill welcomes Prushant Uppin as a senior loan processor, Robert Barta as a processing administrator and Steve Kim as a setup administrator.
“The tremendous growth we have experienced in 2016 reflects our intensified recruiting efforts to ensure we continue supporting the needs of borrowers across the country,” said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage. “These individuals are equipped with a wealth of industry expertise and a passion to help others, both of which are critical to Churchill’s growth and success. As the housing market continues gaining momentum, their efforts will be invaluable and reinforce our commitment to providing borrowers with exceptional service.”