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On Q Financial Expands Across the Eastern Seaboard
Jan 29, 2019
Brenda Hedeen has been named chief financial officer of On Q Financial

On Q Financial Inc. has announced an expansion across the Eastern Seaboard, with new branches in Maryland; Virginia; Washington, D.C.; Pennsylvania and Delaware, spearheaded by the company’s new Regional Vice President of the Mid-Atlantic Region, Brian Logie.
“I chose On Q because they’re at the forefront of the mortgage industry when it comes to innovation and inclusion,” said Logie. “I’m very excited to continue to bring awareness to On Q in the Mid-Atlantic region with our plan to start with Annapolis, Maryland and expand into Virginia, Delaware, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania, and beyond. I’m ready to bring the dream of home ownership to a whole new market for On Q.”
Logie has more than 18 years of experience in the industry. In his previous role, Logie opened 9 branches, hired over 85 people, and grew his team’s loan volume from $4 million to $40 million a month.
“Brian has hit the ground running in the short amount of time he’s been here with On Q. He’s made incredible contacts in his region. My vision for him is to make On Q the lender of choice in the Mid-Atlantic region. His energy, diligence, and dedication are critical for our plans to grow our brand and bring the dream of home ownership to countless families,” said Shane Miller, On Q Financial’s Senior Vice President–Eastern Division.

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