Arvest Bank is pleased to announce recent personnel moves designed to bolster its mortgage team in the Springfield region.
Amy Love has been hired as a mortgage lender in West Plains. In that role, she will serve as a decision-making resource for customers, providing guidance to them in an effort to find solutions tailored for their unique mortgage-related needs, among other responsibilities.
“Amy is no stranger to our community and we are excited to welcome her aboard,” said Joyce James, community market president for Arvest in West Plains. “We know she will provide great service to our customers, and due to her expertise and experience, will be a valuable resource and teammate.”
In Nixa, MacKenzie Whitted has joined the Arvest mortgage team as a dual-purpose lender, providing mortgage and other consumer loan services to both individuals and small businesses. In conjunction with Whitted’s hiring, mortgage lender Mitch Wilkins will move to Springfield, where he will be based out of the branch located at 2835 East Battlefield.
Also in Springfield, Stacey Redmon has been hired as an associate mortgage lender. In that role, she works closely with mortgage loan manager Carla Green in the generation, evaluation, approval, processing, closing and servicing of real estate loans throughout the Springfield area. Redmon will be based out of the Arvest branch located at 2403 W. Republic Road.
“Stacey is going to be a great fit at Arvest and we are excited to have her,” Green said. “She will be a great asset not just to the bank, but more importantly, to our customers.”