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GSF Mortgage Adds 10 to Its New Akron Office
Mar 08, 2017
GSF Mortgage Corp. has announced the addition of its new Akron, Ohio office

GSF Mortgage Corp.GSF Mortgage Corp. has announced the addition of its new Akron, Ohio office. The new team expands GSF’s footprint in the Midwestern market, and includes both newcomers, as well as industry veterans eager to share their breadth of mortgage experience with residents living in The City of Invention. The Akron team will report to GSF Regional Manager Todd Pennington. It includes the following staff additions:
►Timothy Krichbaum has been working in the mortgage industry for 16 years, after he was first introduced to the trade while in his last semester at Otterbein College. Krichbaum will serve as area sales manager, helping to expand GSF’s retail branches and footprint throughout the U.S.
►David Darr is a Kent State University alum who has been in the mortgage business for four years. He joins GSF as a loan originator, and says he enjoys helping people improve their financial position.
►Jon-Michael Majkut joins GSF as a loan originator. The Ohio State alum, and hockey enthusiast, Majkut has served in the mortgage industry for five years. With his new role, Majkut looks forward to making the mortgage process a positive experience for all his clients.
►Ross Martin is also an Ohio State University graduate. A professional in the mortgage industry for six years, Martin joins GSF as a lead loan processor.
►Joseph Arvay has been in the mortgage industry for 14 years, and joins GSF as a loan originator. He plans to put his marketing major from the University of Akron to use, by sharing the benefits of homeownership with military service members, and connecting with local builders, realtors and clients.
►Mary Gellar joins GSF as a junior processor. Gellar will be responsible for preparing loans to submit to the processing department.
►Brett Martin has served in the mortgage industry for five years. He joins GSF as a system support trainer and says he hopes to build a network within the community and transform his new role into a lifelong career.
►Jerime Loyd joins GSF also as a system support manager, after serving more than 17 years in the mortgage industry. He hopes to assist each banker to reach their professional goals, as well as connect with local businesses to help expand GSF’s reach in the Akron market.
►CJ Simpson entered the mortgage industry following graduation at Kent State University in 2007, and joins GSF as a marketing manager. He is excited to help Akron residents realize the dream of homeownership, and to help the lender become a leader in service excellence.
►Evan Vanover is a former Marine and has served in the mortgage industry for more than a decade. He joins GSF as a loan officer, and looks forward to meeting with people from all walks of life and helping them to reach their homebuying dreams.
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