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Kerrick Draper Named Branch Manager of Waterstone Mortgage’s New Tulsa Office
Oct 16, 2018
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Waterstone Mortgage Corporation has announced the opening of a new office in Tulsa, Okla., to be led by Branch Manager Kerrick Draper.
Waterstone Mortgage Corporation has announced the opening of a new office in Tulsa, Okla., to be led by Branch Manager Kerrick Draper
“My team and I are excited to offer our customers and Realtor partners the same exceptional service that they’ve come to expect from us, now with the addition of Waterstone Mortgage’s innovative technology solutions and diverse loan program variety,” Draper said. “With these resources and tools, we are confident that we can continue to offer our customers the best possible mortgage experience.”
Draper has more than 32 years of experience in the financial services industry–15 of which have been in a mortgage lending environment.
Also joining the new Waterstone Mortgage branch are Operations Manager Michelle Isenbart; Loan Originators Patty Chumbley, Mike David, Teresa Eisenman, Sean McKee and Joey Scott; Processors Tanya Dickinson and Ronda Perkins; Closer Kendall Basore; and Underwriter Sheryl Browning.
“We are excited to have Kerrick and his team join Waterstone Mortgage, and know they will continue to be a highly trusted and well-respected resource for homebuyers in their area,” said Waterstone Mortgage President and CEO A.W. Pickel III. “Their experience, as well as their goals and work ethic, align well with our culture and mission at Waterstone Mortgage.”

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