People Movers of the Week: Jan. 6
V.I.P. Mortgage has opened a new branch in Tucson and appointed Letty Huffman as manager.
Huffman brings to the firm more than 20 years of mortgage industry experience in Southern Arizona.
Prior to joining V.I.P. Mortgage, she served as a vice president for Nova Home Loans and American Home Mortgage.
Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP said that real estate attorney Brandon Chock has been promoted to partner.
Chock has experience in an array of real estate transactions including commercial, industrial and residential acquisitions and dispositions.
Prior to joining JMBM, he practiced law at Latham & Watkins in New York and served as counsel to Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.
ReverseVision said that its president and CEO, John Button, has joined the board of directors for the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association.
Button has more than 30 years of experience in mortgage and financial services technology and business development.
He was elected to NRMLA's board of directors during the organization's 2016 annual meeting in Chicago.
Paul Cary has joined Mortgage Network Inc. as a loan officer in the company's Bangor, Maine, branch office.
Cary will be responsible for assisting buyers and homeowners throughout the eastern Maine region with their mortgage and refinancing needs.
He brings to Mortgage Network 28 years of mortgage banking experience in the Bangor area and most recently served as a branch manager at RMS Mortgage in Bangor.
Vickie King-Ganrude has joined Marketplace Home Mortgage's Financial Institutions Division as an account executive.
She brings to the firm more than 25 years of banking and credit union experience.
King-Ganrude previously spent six years leading business development efforts at the Minnesota Credit Union Network.
AmCap Mortgage has named Michael Goldman chief operating officer of the company.
In his new role as AmCap COO, he will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of AmCap Mortgage as it grows loan volume and expands to additional areas of the country.
Goldman is a 20-year mortgage veteran. He founded Gold Financial Services in San Antonio in 1998, which later joined AmCap Mortgage as a division of the company.
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